The retail industry knows that to survive, it needs to amp up the experience and add entertainment.
To amp up heart rate in the weight room, incorporate total-body movements with limited rest in between sets.
There is probably even pressure on the True Blood showrunners to amp up the nudity.
In the moneth of September also this yeare, the kings third sonne was borne at Oxenford, amp; named Richard.
The annexed figures of this hitherto undefined species will clearly show its distinction from amp.
amp life was pleasant, aside from the perpetual drilling, marching and countermarching.
He was certain his shout overmodulated every amp tube in the entire World City viewer system.
The amp, speakers, and A/V switcher were all missing from her home theater.
Us Goshen people kind o' kept together when we set down in the amp'itheater.
It was now my turn to be excited, and I rushed down to the motor room determined to give her every amp she would take.
Adenosine monophosphate; a mononucleotide found in animal cells and reversibly convertible to ADP and ATP. Also called adenine nucleotide, adenylic acid.
Short for adenosine monophosphate. An organic compound that is composed of adenosine and one phosphate group. It is one of the nucleotides present in DNA and RNA, and is also the fundamental component of ATP and ADP. During certain cellular metabolic processes, AMP forms from ADP when the latter loses a phosphate group, and AMP forms ADP by acquiring a phosphate group. Chemical formula: C10H14N5O7P.