In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Another term for the disorder is hyperkinetic disorder.
- I don't know what it all means, but this hyperkinetic mishmash of action and avant-garde left me reeling.
- The impression endures up to the moment that the hyperkinetic breaks kick in and roll forth with gleeful abandon.
- Throughout, he maintained the same high-voltage delivery and hyperkinetic flourishes with which he had begun.
- DSM-II used the term hyperkinetic reaction of childhood, emphasizing the gross motor aspects of the syndrome.
- Still, the movie races by at a whippet's pace that just about holds the story together, backed up by some hyperkinetic visuals to match.
- Plus, his style is totally born of his hyperkinetic shooting methods.
- And though hyperkinetic video games beat board-game sales seven to one, Hasbro and child-rearing experts say the old games are far from doomed.
- He was a hyperkinetic manager, constantly in motion in his facility - in the machine shop, in the power plant, in the drafting room.
- But what most people see is a highly ambitious, hyperkinetic executive who has worked at five different companies in the past four decades.
- A Simple Plan marked a new direction for Raimi, showing that he could do stylized drama as well as hyperkinetic horror movies.
- The hyperkinetic athlete traveled the globe, learned ice hockey, and coauthored three mystery novels before returning to full-time play.
- I was my parents’ most hyperkinetic child and needed a little more attention.
- Breakbeat Massive is indeed full of massive breakbeats, mixed and mashed into a hyperkinetic hour-plus set.
- Leyner himself is dynamic, hyperkinetic and obsessive.
- They're fantastically loud, hyperkinetic places that overwhelm the senses - especially our vision.
- In this hyperkinetic Korean action-fantasy pic, chaos reigns at a Hogwarts-like school for the magically inclined.
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or hyperkinetic disorder is used to describe children who have three main kinds of problems.
- The guitars in the hyperkinetic ode to paradise lost, ‘Temptation Island,’ wink at Led Zeppelin.
- One case had a third diagnosis of hyperkinetic disorder (attention deficit).
- The violence is more or less hyperkinetic and stylized.
- For example, in the second programme, a 10 year old boy with hyperkinetic conduct disorder assaulted his sister.
- Septic shock has long been considered as hyperkinetic shock.
- Gone is the hyperkinetic, hyperstylized flashy cam which made Go one of the best films of its year (despite its being paper-bag empty).
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