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marked by extreme excitement, confusion, or agitation

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excessively agitated

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Dance-morphed drum and bass with a trippy vocal, this creates a dark atmosphere on the dancefloor and showcases Size's breakbeat freneticism.
The architectural shakiness and narrative freneticism observable in her later, longer stories ("Sleepwalker in a Fog," "Limpopo," and the untranslated "Plot") obtrude more conspicuously in the novel.
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Sport and the fashion industry also contribute to the freneticism of the 21st-century calendar.
Rugby's absurd compulsion to flog itself with such freneticism is perhaps the biggest danger facing the game today.
In honor of this pre-holiday freneticism, here's a quick rundown of some of the PlayStation racing titles - many of them taking a nicely different take on the genre - that I've tried out the past couple of months:
At the same time, work in general moves and changes from country to country with ever increasing freneticism as capital chases low-cost labour(2) round the globe.
Throw anything at these dancers, from the fiendish partnering in Margo Sappington's lyrical Mirage to Twyla Tharp's clockwork freneticism in The Golden Section, and they'll do it and do it well.
Other former slaves testified to the freneticism that the sound of time engendered.
His extensive jazz training makes him one of the few players who can confidently crisscross from downtown New York-style freneticism to the mainstream without a serious misstep.
This bundle provides the ultimate tools to get through freneticism of working life through increased productivity and organization.
If something is to be quietly powerful, it requires more balance than a film that allows for more freneticism.