hyperenergetic

hyperenergetic

(ˌhaɪpərˌɛnəˈdʒɛtɪk)
adj
extremely or excessively energetic
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However, the general definition provided belies the diversity of practices under the umbrella term guangchangwu: from the aerobics-like steps of jianshenchao, to the ballroom-style dancing of jiaoyiwu, to the hyperenergetic jumps and turns involved in shiliubu.
Quataert, "Magnetar spindown, hyperenergetic supernovae, and gamma-ray bursts," Astrophysical Journal, vol.
Adam, "Thermal generation of electronic excitation with hyperenergetic molecules," Pure and Applied Chemistry, vol.
Japan was widely regarded as an economic superpower, even if it had become, in some critics' views, a society of hyperenergetic economic animals with little regard for activities or responsibilities beyond its corporate or national borders.
Olly Murs is everything that a pop star should be, and he didn't hold anything back during his hyperenergetic performance at the Barclaycard Arena.
Dietary factors may also increase acute phase proteins; for instance, a hyperenergetic diet increases protein C reactive concentrations, while a high fat diet increases sialic acid, which is considered a marker of the acute phase response and a cardiovascular and diabetes risk factor [36, 37].
While fossil fuels have a significant downtime (about 360 to 286 million years) during which fossils acquire the hyperenergetic materialism of fuel, in terms of theory they remain mute and only begin to matter the moment they become productive in social worlds.
Obesity can be caused in rats by feeding them hyperenergetic diets, so called "cafeteria diet".
The rise in the prevalence of overweight and obesity in Latin American countries has been associated to rapid socioeconomic development, the adoption of hyperenergetic diets--high in fat content, sedentary lifestyles, and environmental changes during prenatal and postnatal development, and adulthood (1).
The Lightcraft doesn't carry its own energy or fuel, instead moving by energy beamed to it from remote laser or microwave power plants, either on Earth or in space (hence the name Lightcraft, a hyperenergetic craft flying on a powerful beam of light).
Elegant soft-shoe dancing to slower, more understated music, as epitomized by Charles "Honi" Coles (1911-1992) and Charles "Cholly" Atkins (1913-2003), became a popular contrast to hyperenergetic numbers.