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  • adjective Having hypercharge

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Examples

  • While the seeds for huge percentage increases in corn, wheat, sugar, coffee and of course oil are based in some fundamental supply shortages, they have been unnecessarily hypercharged by the influx of investor money, speculative energy and the panic of governments trying to stockpile basic foods and quench the growing hostility of its people.

    Daniel Dicker: Food Commodity Speculation Adds to Egypt Unrest

  • While the seeds for huge percentage increases in corn, wheat, sugar, coffee and of course oil are based in some fundamental supply shortages, they have been unnecessarily hypercharged by the influx of investor money, speculative energy and the panic of governments trying to stockpile basic foods and quench the growing hostility of its people.

    Daniel Dicker: Food Commodity Speculation Adds to Egypt Unrest

  • He's happy that the economy is turning around but want's it to be a hypercharged turnaround?

    Cantor gets in quickest response on jobs

  • Thus, the power of her compositions comes less from the individual shapes that she tosses into the hypercharged neutron chambers of her paintings than from the crude aggregate of their kinetic energy.

    A Whirl of Frenetic Markings and Vestigial Imagery

  • The hypercharged effect of this Woman Power fever, as well as the disjointed narrative in which Palin was the McCain campaign killer and also its biggest star, was obvious in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on Mischief Night 2008.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • The hypercharged effect of this Woman Power fever, as well as the disjointed narrative in which Palin was the McCain campaign killer and also its biggest star, was obvious in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on Mischief Night 2008.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • The hypercharged effect of this Woman Power fever, as well as the disjointed narrative in which Palin was the McCain campaign killer and also its biggest star, was obvious in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on Mischief Night 2008.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • The hypercharged effect of this Woman Power fever, as well as the disjointed narrative in which Palin was the McCain campaign killer and also its biggest star, was obvious in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on Mischief Night 2008.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • The choice in China was, "We will have no political reform, but we'll have hypercharged economic reform."

    How China and America Became One

  • The car shrilled in tandem with Storm, a hypercharged whine from beneath the hood and another from the smoking tires.

    Gold of Kings

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