human dynamo


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Noun1.human dynamo - a highly energetic and indefatigable personhuman dynamo - a highly energetic and indefatigable person
doer, actor, worker - a person who acts and gets things done; "he's a principal actor in this affair"; "when you want something done get a doer"; "he's a miracle worker"
self-starter - an energetic person with unusual initiative
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Jackson, 28, is a human dynamo who led the Chinese league in scoring last season, averaging 39.8 points with the Beijing Dragons.
The Dreamers, led by diminutive human dynamo Freddie Garrity, went to No.
Fans of the clubs for whom the human dynamo played will enjoy this book, but we await the definitive Alan Ball biography.
Saints' indefatigable skipper is a human dynamo and very much a player's player.
Despite losing both legs to meningitis, eight-year-old Maisie from Mirfield is a little human dynamo who is being tipped as a future Paralympian after taking up the martial art of taekwondo.
Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, the Saudi royal charged with undertaking the most radical reform agenda in his country's history, is the epitome of a human dynamo.
Verdict: Shingler 7 Dan Leavy v Josh Navidi Human dynamo Navidi has taken to the international stage like a duck to water to keep out Justin Tipuric.
As ever, James McClean was a human dynamo in trying to generate something positive and Cyrus Christie adopted that same approach.
As ever, James McClean was a human dynamo in trying to generate something positive and nothing is ever a lost cause in his eyes.
Instead, you seem immune from problems, a human dynamo. What you are about to achieve is harder to believe, given the intense pressure you are under.
Philliskirk helped develop the Wellington Regional Hospital-based simulation and training programme with Wellington engineering company Human Dynamo late last year.