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hyperactive

abnormally active
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Instead of middle aged women working themselves into a lather, of course, this time it's hyperactively excitable little ones lapping up the fun.
Information is all around us, but so is what Richard Saul Wurman, an architect who, along with Tufte, shaped the field of information design in the 1970s and '80s, calls "non-information," the flotsam and noise that are the by-products of a hyperactively quantitative culture.
52) Using a hyperactively realist perspective of international relations, (53) Goldsmith and Posner conclude that "[m]ainstream international law scholars would not view a behavioral regularity that arises from" their four models "as an example of customary international law.
It doesn't quite manage to conjure up the sheer magic of part one, but makes for a decent coda to the series with Donkey as hyperactively amusing as ever and plenty of laughs wrung from Puss's burgeoning waistline.
have, like Nietzsche, "antennae that are almost hyperactively alert
CRITICS OF DIGITAL TEXT INSIST THAT we read differently online, scanning, skimming, jumping hyperactively from link to link, in contrast to the deliberate, reflective practice that paper demands.
I am a big fan of--although hyperactively incompetent at--contemplative prayer.
Good to see the cheeky chap so contrite as he hyperactively hogged the limelight on CR Does The Apprentice - filmed shortly after he was banned from the airwaves over the Manuelgate scandal.