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marked by extreme excitement, confusion, or agitation

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excessively agitated

marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion

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Added Pardew: "The last 10 minutes got a bit frantic but overall I thought we deserved to win.
Using acrobatics and dance-theatre choreographed around bespoke structures, both Frantic and The Wheelhouse have been well received internationally.
Run by the university's performing arts department and Frantic Assembly, the Collaborative Theatre Making MA starts in January 2016 and brings together practical modules, a performance project led by Frantic Assembly, research events and online learning.
He went on to study English at Swansea University and had intended to become a journalist but instead he and a group of graduates founded Frantic Assembly.
Built around a haunting string melody, Frantic was something really special and had more than a few jaws on the floor.
We're delighted to be working with Open Clasp for the first time," said Inga Hirst, learn and train manager at Frantic Assembly.
The classic text is fused with Frantic Assembly's trademark hard-hitting choreography.
London, April 14 (ANI): Former Spice Girls member Victoria Beckham is said to be frantic after she lost the services of her treasured PA.
His answer was Steven Hoggett, cofounder (with Scott Graham) of the edgy British physical theater troupe Frantic Assembly and winner of last year's Olivier Award--London's Tony--for his choreography of Black Watch.
It may be case of too little too late for Robins' boss Darren Ryan, who was sent to the stand by referee Dean John in the second period of a frantic match.
LONDON A Frantic Assembly, Theater Royal Plymouth presentation, in association with Royal and Derngate Northampton, of a play in one act by William Shakespeare, adapted by Scott Graham and Steven Hoggett.
The characters are all vividly brought to life, none more so than Lemercier's bumbling actress, a frantic woman perpetually on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
The humanoids, as the cartoon characters call them, aided by Doog and Uncle Wom, quickly engage in a frantic race to find Dab and his mischief makers before they can wreak havoc on the world.
In her first book, Crosby describes the history of this epidemic, the frantic work by doctors, and the federal government's attempts to reassure the nation.
One of Entertainment Weekly's 10 best nonfiction books of 2005, Everybody is humorous, frantic, self-effacing, laugh-out-loud funny--well, look up "flippant" or "irreverent" in Roget's and it's all that.