fired up


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fired up

adjective
Feeling a very strong emotion:
Informal: psyched.
Slang: stoked, turned-on.
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Fired Up's knowledge of the area was key to this working and we were honoured that the Huddersfield Town brand helped local children engage with sport in such a fun way.
Admirers reached maximum numbers at around 12.30 each day when the Kwaka boys fired up this 300hp, 1,000cc supercharged beast.
Huddersfield Town has teamed up with local company the Fired Up Corporation and the town's university to bring a music and sport camp to youngsters in China.
Now securely fastened in, the pilot fired up, completed all checks and taxied forward for the catapult shot.
Less than 40 years old and fired up, these mighty young chief executive officers, or CEOs, are bent on changing the region's business landscape.
Firefighters from West Yorkshire, as well as Hampshire, the Midlands, the North East and Scotland, were training their rescue dogs at Kirklees College, Trinity Street, Laserzone, Birkby, and Fired Up, Longroyd Bridge.
WITH the start of a new cricket season just two months away, the Drakes Huddersfield League have received a huge bonus with the news that local firm Fired Up have agreed to sponsor the Paddock Shield.