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hyper

(ˈhɑɪpɚ)
1. mod. excited; overreacting. I’m a little hyper because of the doctor’s report.
2. n. a person who praises or promotes someone or something. She’s a hyper, and she doesn’t always tell things the way they are.
3. n. a person who is always overly excited or hyperactive. Pat is such a hyper. Just can’t seem to relax.
4. n. a drug user who injects drugs with a hypodermic syringe. (Drugs.) How long have you been a hyper, Gert?
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students, Tobias Muehlbauer, Wolf Roediger, Viktor Leis and Jan Finis, will join Tableau, focused on integrating HyPer into Tableau products.
easyday Hyper stores offer a destination shopping experience that caters to all household needs of every family.
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Hilco acquired 50% of the debt-laden Hyper Value group in August and has been working with Ian Rogers - son of the business's founder - to restructure the business and repay its substantial bank debts.
Considering that the Blue Watch boys sleep in the same room in their underwear and are forever indulging in manly joshing and boasting about their sexual conquests, I'm surprised that Hyper is the only one who points his hosepipe in the other direction.
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As a hardware-based technology, the Hyper CD products line is compatible with all operating systems and CD-ROM management software.
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One business expert yesterday said the company had failed to learn the lessons of giants such as Tesco, which has thrived during Hyper Value's 26-year existence.
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Tableau Software declared it has purchased HyPer, a high performance database system formerly build as a research project at the Technical University of Munich (TUM).
Cut-price shopping chain Hyper Value yesterday announced it would be closing some of its 15 Welsh stores because of poor trade.
By incorporating dual Intel Xeon processors, Hyper Threading Technology, and dual-port Gigabit Ethernet controller on its PC Blades, ClearCube offers their customers higher levels of both computing and network performance for workstation-class applications," said Hemant Dhulla, director of enterprise volume marketing, Intel.
Hyper Cell, a maker of cellular telephone accessories, outgrew its Chatsworth facility and late last month moved into a bigger headquarters and distribution warehouse in San Fernando.