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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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In his days at NUPE and Unison he energetically represented hospital staff without having worked on a ward, and refuse collectors without having lifted a bin.
Superbly recorded and energetically performed, the individual pieces include: rock Hopper Penguin (2:13); Amazon ABCs (2:44); Amphibians (2:29); Clamshell Clap (3:18); Circle of Life (3:47); L'ecrevisse (1:59); I Want to Be a Frog Today (3:30); A Sailor Went to Sea, Sea, Sea (2:04); Moving Along (2:40); Stingray Shuffle (2:56); Camouflage (1:35); Most Fish Swim (2:39); Seahorses (2:51); I Went to the Aquarium (3:39); Tooth Fairy (2:48); and Turtles (3:00).
Key statement: The particulate filler fluid is fed under high pressure to the mixing zone to form a jet stream to entrain elastomer latex fluid energetically to completely coagulate the elastomer with filler prior to the discharge.
Made of folded steel plate and suspended on rods, this stair energetically shifts and transforms as it ascends, providing generous places to meet, linger and chat.
At the same event, Newt Gingrich energetically followed up.
But it moves along briskly and energetically. None can question the ingeniousness of the plot, the range of interesting material, and the pointed criticism of crooks and malfeasants of all sorts.
The solution to this human situation, which is especially important in U.S.-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.org, Jan.
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 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 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 slow loss of neutrons that have stable orbits, but are not energetically trapped would produce a systematic uncertainty in the measurement.

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