hyperaggressive

hyperaggressive

(ˌhaɪpərəˈɡrɛsɪv)
adj
extremely aggressive
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This scholarship reveals the viral and rapid spread of hyperaggressive policing and penal policies to be a state response to social dislocations wrought by the demise of Keynesian welfarism.
Instead, the use of hyperaggressive tools and tactics results in tragedy for civilians and police officers, escalates the risk of needless violence, destroys property, and undermines individual liberties.
Ghana's democracy is also afflicted with a hyperaggressive, winner-take-all zero-sum political system in which the winning party packs political positions, the bureaucracy and courts with its cronies.
135) Yet, evaluating rapacious, exploitative, and exclusionary conduct by dominant firms as potentially predatory rather than unethical and immoral has allowed neoclassical economists and their regulatory judicial disciples to amoralize what is essentially immoral and unethical hyperaggressive economic behavior.
Studies in rodents show that damage to the lateral septum causes animals to become hyperaggressive.
It was a hyperaggressive, crazed attempt to do a pop version of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars.
With public support for the War on Drugs at an all-time low, police are using hyperaggressive, wartime tools and tactics to fight a war that has lost its public mandate.
Fearing the state's reputation as "business friendly" was being sullied by the Division of Revenue's hyperaggressive AUP revenue collection activities, in 2012 the Delaware legislature enacted a statute permitting the Delaware secretary of state to administer all unclaimed property voluntary disclosure agreements for a limited period of time (Del.
On a whole it appears that creatures across the globe are changing to become hyperaggressive towards one particular animal - humans.
When the Soviet school emerged as official playing style, it combined Chigorin's legacy and the experience of World War II into a hyperaggressive, winner-take-all outlook that the Red Army had supposedly practiced.
It's not so much the competitive nature of sport itself, but the hyperaggressive nature of particular sports.
Most of the merchants are English-challenged (never mind German); some are hyperaggressive, and some are a little sad-looking--but the flea-market ambiance is stimulating, and, of course.