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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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12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Serenity Calling ~ A Gallery for Enlightened Living is proud to announce that is has been chosen to be the caretaker of an incredibly rare and energetically powerful mineral specimen unlike anything ever to come out of the high vibration Himalayan Mountains of India / Nepal.
At the same event, Newt Gingrich energetically followed up.
Mexican relations, "cannot be given unilaterally by one nation, or with simply restrictive measures or force, the reason why we energetically reject the proposals of persecutions and walls against the migrants, which solve nothing and make the situation more painful and unjust," notes the document (Zenit.
No doubt some opportunistic rightwing scribe is energetically pitching Regnery Press on the merits of prosecuting Boomers for their various crimes against humanity, even as some third party is pounding out an even-handed assessment.
Imaginatively written for readers ages 4 to 104 by Sheila and Letty Sustrin, and energetically illustrated with the artwork of Thomas H.
The tracks in this energetically recorded collection include Since U Been gone; I Don't Want to Be'; Obsession (No Es Amor); Boulevard of Broken Dreams; Caught Up; Rich Girl; Let Me Love You; Vertigo; 1, 2 Step; Lonely No More; Over and Over; Nobody's Home; Incomplete; 1 Thing; True; Let Me Go; Karma; and Take Me Out.
The researchers cite a concept known as energetically optimal cadence (EOC), and note that the cadence obtained by the drafting-swim cyclists was in the range of the EOC found in previous cycling studies.
The slow loss of neutrons that have stable orbits, but are not energetically trapped would produce a systematic uncertainty in the measurement.
Next, a motley crew of eighteen people, all ages, shapes, and sizes, gathered to form a wobbly line across the stage and began to move energetically, each in their own way, as Bang Gang's party hit "I Like to Move It" started to play.
There's still something of the teenager about Harley as he energetically posed through two and a half hours.
The story moves energetically and the script is not weighed down by heavy narrative or theology.
They energetically cover the breadth of modern cosmology.

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