Feverously


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Fe´ver`ous`ly


adv.1.Feverishly.
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As diplomats around the world work feverously towards a global deal for the UN's COP21 climate change summit in December, participants around the world join together to find innovative solutions to climate change as part of a Climathon organised by the EU's main climate innovation initiative, Climate-KIC.
Instead, Stewart passionately (and, more importantly, convincingly) belts out the tune while the guitars glorious chime and drums feverously pound.
Commenting on the situation, government spokesman Ghassan Khatib said the contractors are entitled to their demands and the government is working feverously to meet its financial obligations.
McDowell will have been in Dubai a week when he tees up today alongside Justin Rose and Martin Kaymer having worked feverously on his game.
1 billion spending bill was approved only after rural and urban House lawmakers debated feverously over the distribution formula for the homeland security grants.
With their NCOs working along side them in the dark, the men were feverously refueling and resupplying ammunition in all the vehicles, something that was critical after the heavy fighting earlier that day.
11 as the worst-case scenario - as well as the lessons learned from the mistakes and confusion in the World Trade Center response - emergency officials have been working feverously to make sure Los Angeles is as prepared as possible.