Then normal TV service will be resumed on Saturday for those of us champing at the bit for the sheer freneticism
of a Premier League programme - starting with a very tasty North London lunchtime derby.
But 16 years after "Noon," the 62-year-old star's boyish freneticism
has succumbed to an understandable air of fatigue.
The danger is that in government, freneticism
is not the same as strategy', he said (Jackman, 2008: 240-241).
From the architecture of the page to its placement within the newspaper, the comic strip mirrored the freneticism
of city life.
In photographs, with her unkempt curls and giant eyes, Rodriguez looks like the serene subject of a Pre-Raphaelite painting, a far cry from the freneticism
she exhibits onstage.
It's not quite like the picture, but point taken --pauses amid the usual freneticism
are good for us all.
But this town is arguably more alluring - it freneticism
is both intoxicating and overwhelming.
Tony is misunderstood not only because he represents the past but also because he seems irrevocably stuck there; while most of the characters display the freneticism
of the modern world, Tony remains contentedly static.
Once again we are treated to a parade of authors, this time on the theme of retreating from the freneticism
of human thought and action.
In the freneticism
of modern life, we've crowded out all the spaces of silence and rest, and even our faith becomes an endlessly activist and politicized mission to change the world, or to coax and coerce the people around us to change their way of being in the world.