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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of adrenalise.

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  • Today was such an amazing day (till i got home exhausted but adrenalised, oops) - After spending a long weekend on UI glitches on our other related 'structured' project, checking hundreds of submitted gnoos sites, it was awesome to be with 78,700+ people at the MCG for Melbourne vs Collingwood: with a perfect view of the game and Crown Lager on tap.

    Melbourne VS Collingwood - The Web 2.0 of Football Matches

  • Today was such an amazing day (till i got home exhausted but adrenalised, oops) - After spending a long weekend on UI glitches on our other related 'structured' project, checking hundreds of submitted gnoos sites, it was awesome to be with 78,700+ people at the MCG for Melbourne vs Collingwood: with a perfect view of the game and Crown Lager on tap.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • If you touched us, you could feel the explosion still shuddering through the tensed adrenalised body.

    Unedited 1st draft of Sunday Times feature

  • If you touched us, you could feel the explosion still shuddering through the tensed adrenalised body.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Certainly in recent years the best-picture winners have bucked the profile of your typical Oscar winner; the Coen brothers' nihilistic western No Country for Old Men, Martin Scorsese's blood-spattered crime thriller The Departed, Kathryn Bigelow's adrenalised Iraq war drama The Hurt Locker.

    The Guardian World News

  • On her off days, she's recorded Talk That Talk, her sixth album in seven years, an adrenalised behemoth of a record which reasserts her position as one of pop's most compulsive pleasures.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • "This was like doing six feature films at the same time in a very adrenalised state, but that's fun," he says.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Yes, Iron Chef - the show that started in Japan as a Very Serious Cookery Show before becoming a veiny, bulging-eyed, terrifyingly-adrenalised ESPN pseudo-parody of itself in America - has now made its way over here.

    The Guardian World News

  • McIntyre was clearly breathless but also adrenalised, packing multiple gags into a frenetic riff about yoghurt, furniture, cash for gold and slankets ads.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • McIntyre was clearly breathless but also adrenalised, packing multiple gags into a frenetic riff about yoghurt, furniture, cash for gold and slankets ads.

    Evening Standard - Home

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