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- adv. In an energetic manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With force and vigor; with energy and effect.
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- adv. in an energetic manner
You just play with him kind of energetically and he gets real tired.
A letter from the State Department to Sen. Richard Lugar, the ranking Republican on the Sen.te Foreign Relations Committee, states that the U.S. "energetically" opposes Mr. Zelaya's June 28 ouster.
Therefore "energetically" don't we just offer up more emotional violence into the soup?
But it won't be until after the Olympics are over when it can "energetically" come back to the standing contingency force concept. posted by BBS at 8:04 AM
Obviously, much of this is not accomplished by 5 in the morning, and as an observer, I must note that the "energetically" part no longer holds true for 80% of the runners by the time they reach Disney's Boardwalk.
Toure said Ngongi had "energetically" denounced the attack, saying: "To target MONUC is to pick the wrong target, unless it's part of a hidden agenda to prevent or impede the UN force from setting up operations in Kindu."
Civil bodies vowed to "energetically" monitor a 2001 commitment made by African heads of state to work towards spending at least 15 percent of their national budgets on health.
"When I first saw this gas station though, and red lights out here," Beatrice recalls energetically, her voice rising in pitch and volume, "I must have screamed and hollered like I was at a football game ...
But I am learning something every day, and I am determined, "energetically," to fight my way up! "
And what were the Indo-Europeans weaving so energetically that their technology bequeathed words to do with speed and motion?
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