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energetic

adjective active, aggressive, alive, animated, brisk, busy, chipper, committed, determined, devoted, diligent, driving, dynamic, eager, effective, efficacious, efficient, electric, emphatic, enterprising, excited, exerting effort, exertive, forceful, forcible, full of energy, full of life, hardworking, industrious, jumping, laborious, lively, mighty, physical, potent, powerful, pushing, ready to go, robust, snappy, spirited, vibrant, vigorous, vital, wholeheartedly supporting, zealous
See also: active, forcible, indomitable, industrious, intense, painstaking, potent, sedulous, strong, trenchant
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The torpidity of this sick animated humaness is a figuration of the total energic flow of this world-body in which life-and-death are its metabolic (anabolic and katabolic) currents.
At the same time this period of his mourning parallels the transformation of her soul (a libidinal energic substance) into a wopa ilymane (spirit of the dead).
the desired 'mid-point' of the personality [der gesuchte [greater than][greater than]Mittelpunkt[less than][less than] der Personlichkeit], that ineffable something betwixt the opposites, or else that which unites them, or the result of conflict, or the product of energic tension: the coming to birth of personality, a profoundly individual step forward, the next stage (CW 7 [ss]382).
The phallus, then, appears as the image, the cathected, turgid materialization, within the representational logic of the symbolic, of the Thing that constitutes the preverbal signifier of the differential relations between quantities of stimulation or energic tension.
The idea of the figure is locked, for me, precisely at the intersection of the defined, concretely apperceptible gesture and the estimation of its "critical mass," its energic volatility.
This interdependency perspective is central to Katz and Kahn (1966:161) who defined "organizations as open systems, dependent on outside agencies in the environment for making available required energic inputs (labor, materials, and others) and for absorbing the organizational product.
These activities can be characterized as consisting of the energic input into the system (i.
The former approach tends to derive the morpheme from common verbal aspect-mode values, two functions of which are the Akkadian ventive (motion towards speaker) and the Classical Arabic so-called energicus (nun al-ta'kid in the Arabic tradition, also termed energetic or energic in the Western tradition).
De aceea, parerea mea este ca noi, nu numai ca nu putem participa la astfel de prostii, dar trebuie sa protestam energic in contra acestor parodii de alegeri" (13).
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