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activated

Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really activated!

activated

mod. tipsy; alcohol intoxicated. All four of them went out and got a little activated.
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* Activate has produced top-tier livestream productions for clients at major shows including E3, San Diego Comic Con, Dell Technologies World and The World Series of Poker
Paladina Health and Activate Healthcare together serve more than 170,000 patients across nearly 100 clinics in 18 states.
Creative Director Paul Fackerell gave a comment "Activate has been planned for several months now and it is good to finally see issue 1 online.
Scheme Co-ordinator Julia Buckley said Activate was helping the unemployed learn skills for new jobs while gaining experience.
Both R5 gp120 and X4 gp120 activate the MAP kinases p38 and c-Jun amino terminal kinase/stress-activated protein kinase (JNK/SAPK), though it is unclear whether a third member of the MAPK family, extracellular regulated kinase (ERK 1/2), is activated.
* ONE VOICE PROGRAM replaces the mouse, allowing users to activate any command in a menu.
For obvious reasons, sensors that activate a heating system based on the actual indoor temperature of an apartment are usually more accurate.
As a result, when a bispecific antibody complex binds to healthy tissue away from light, it cannot activate T-cells.
"If you eat a high-fat meal, it seems to activate the coagulation system," says Marckmann.
The U.k.'s threat to activate this legislation came four days before the U.S.
* Sprinklers did not activate until the fire was well established and had a high intensity;
Two main molecular pathways implicated are Src/PI3-Kinase/Akt and Src/Ras/ERKs, which subsequently may activate NOS, as well as other enzymes (Alexaki et al.
There is information that when we imagine things, we activate some of the same brain mechanisms as when we experience them physically ("Mapping Aroma: Smells light up distinct brain parts," SN: 5/28/05, p.
Another issue is the possibility that volatile organic effluent components may activate combustible gas alarms.