“I think social media has really made us hyper attentive to this,” Guterl said.
American Atheist president Dan Silverman has written that “we must recognize the (hyper) religious as mentally damaged.”
But the madness of hyper politics is most apparent in California.
When the media show the hyper actions of these wannabe soldiers, public perception changes.
But Danny is so hyper that any learning is extremely difficult for him.
As a hyper, or "inside striker," as Litt calls him, he displayed superb form.
I know what it's like to be three thousand hours in hyper, myself.
Why is it then that, at this moment, I feel inclined to be hyper critical and disparaging?
We could hyper, of course, but we were blind up there in Cth.
So he dreams up the scheme of hiding in with the cargo that's free in hyper and telling this story later.
Over; above; beyond: hyperflexion.
Excessive; excessively: hyperhydration.
A prefix that means "excessive" or "excessively," especially in medical terms like hypertension and hyperthyroidism.
A publicist; promoter; advertiser; flack
[1960+; fr hype2]
[fr Greek hyper, ''super,'' and in the first sense probably fr medical terms like hyperactive, hyperkinetic, hyperthyroid, etc; in some sources this term is associated with hipped and hippish, fr hypochondriac, ''melancholic,'' first found in the early 18th century]