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- adjective Extremely
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The show is worth visiting, though, for a few hyperenergetic pictures by Umberto Boccioni and Giacomo Balla.
He was hyperenergetic, very popular, and seven seasons in Antarctica, including two winters, had left him with a healthy disrespect for beakerdom.
He had that nervous sort of hyperenergetic way of trying to appear relaxed.
Given Reagan's ambiguous record as governor it may be all that can be safely said, but you could also surmise that the post-gubernatorial Reagan has traveled from being the conventional, conservative grouch, an ag'iner, to someone who shares a perhaps dangerous or perhaps daft vision of America with his hyperenergetic collaborators.
David Willis was a hyperenergetic Australian who had performed splendidly as the Monitor's national news editor.
It is also prescribed for the short-term treatment of severe behavioral disorders in children, including explosive hyperactivity and combativeness; and for the hyperenergetic phase of manic-depressive illness (severely exaggerated moods).