How To Use Energizing In A Sentence

  • The home side made a number of personnel and positional changes at the break and this played a huge part in re-energising the team.
  • Meanwhile, Republican Sunder Ramani has run a Scott Brown style campaign: energizing the Republican base while appealing to Democratic and Decline to State voters as a "non partisan" problem solver who can reach across party lines to solve problems in "gridlocked" Sacramento. The California Majority Report
  • Gillespie's backing vocals actually detract somewhat from the song, which is otherwise an energizing rave-up.
  • 'Hala has been hugely popular since its launch in 2000 and, by' energising 'this service we will be offering more choice and greater value to our customers,' he added. AME Info Latest News
  • asked Peter Beinart in the Daily Beast, another online paper, comparing the Democratic victory over health to Ronald Reagan's presidency-energising sacking of the air-traffic controllers in 1981.
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  • All Traditional Medicinals teas are made with pharmacopoeial grade herbs, the highest quality herb available, and include a range of digestive system teas, seasonal teas, women's teas, calming teas, healthy beverage teas, energizing teas and "Just for Kid's" teas. CSRwire Press Releases, Events and Reports
  • After further processing, hydrogen is delivered to a stack of fuel cells energizing electric motors that drive the rear wheels.
  • It will be foolhardiness on our part if we choose to shut ourselves in a dream-world of our own or in our exclusivism, cut ourselves off from the energising and creative forces shaping a new world.
  • Louisiana perioperative nurses redoubled their efforts by reenergizing their members.
  • It offers a blend of healthy protein and energizing carbs, along with 19 essential vitamins and minerals.
  • Each year, the country's brightest and most talented young people left to work in the west, energising and enriching the technology, medical, and aeronautical sectors of other nations.
  • These integrations stimulate the brain-cells, the ductless glands, and other parts, and the energizing secretions, among which are epinephrin, thyroid and hypophyseal secretions, are thrown into the blood-stream, while that most available fuel, glycogen, is also mobilized in the blood. The Origin and Nature of the Emotions: Miscellaneous Papers
  • Some energizing postures given at her workshop included the cobra, locust, and chest expander.
  • A brain stream that is sometimes inspiring, sometimes energising, sometimes dumb and silly, but always for the open-minded person creative in the way that only playful self-reflection and considered world-gazing can be. Ballardian » Twitter: Defending the Indefensible
  • Energising colours in the bedroom also inspire mental activity and creativity.
  • As we've seen abroad, various social networking media are the seedbed of movements such as Americans Elect and Smart Congress, which are slowly re-energizing individuals and helping them to mobilize rather than wait passively for elites who are more interested in maintaining the status quo than changing to come to their rescue. Christopher Holshek: Change or Be Changed
  • Unfortunately, many electricians believe that de-energizing circuits is not necessary, too difficult to coordinate, or will jeopardize the mission.
  • Other fruits such as apples, grapes, peaches and pineapples also make great energizing snacks.
  • Should be energizing us the poet of our dreams and the architect of our purposes.
  • It's energising and nerve-racking, and in any other circumstance would surely crash, metaphorically if not technically. Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra/Chailly; Castor and Pollux– review
  • Other speakers echoed Mandel's sentiment that Ehrlich could win if Democratic turnout is low and the Republican succeeds in energizing his voters. Marvin Mandel, other Dems urge turnout for Republican Ehrlich
  • Partly such energising is art's responsibility, one that works, by means of what WG Sebald calls "keeping faith with unsocial, banned language", to question, understand and, with any luck, transcend the proscriptions and the inarticulacies of whatever time we happen to live in. Tracey Emin: 'What you see is what I am'
  • It's very cool: well-written, energising and clued-up.
  • I always find music energising too, and soothing … Week’s End
  • I'll also get on my rebounder, which is a mini trampoline: it's energising and great for lymphatic drainage. Times, Sunday Times
  • A pleasant blend of lavender, ylang-ylang, geranium and grapefruit in sweet almond oil was chosen for its energising potential, but there were another three types for the discerning.
  • He turned when he heard the sound of electricity energizing the room.
  • The varieties of sativa for medical-grade marijuana are more energizing and are meant for stimulating creativity or physical activities.
  • The Japanese electronics industry is reaching the limit of functional design and sees the environment as the key to re-energising its economic performance.
  • This amino acid fights fatigue by pumping up your levels of the energizing neurotransmitters dopamine, noradrenaline, and adrenaline.
  • ‘It is exciting to see the kids become really interested in politics and good government; for me it has been energizing to catch their enthusiasm,’ he said.
  • This paper also advocates managing carefully and perseveringly and energizing to publicize and educate to train the staff and workers' consciousness in saving energy conscientiously.
  • There are widespread opportunities that Afghanistan can take advantage of to build such strong and prosperous local economies, including energizing the traditional Silk Road trade network, using the nation's mineral wealth to support economic development, putting neglected agricultural areas back into production at a time when world food resources are under increasing pressure, and restoring traditional handicraft production, especially hand-woven carpets. Edward Corcoran: Afghanistan: Time to Build
  • He's energizing his opponents and driving away moderates in droves because he is a right wing ideologue who refuses to make even the slightest concession to achieve consensus.
  • After the program exited, it placed the RTS line in its original low state, de-energizing the relay.
  • Climate change doubt – seen by Tea Party activists as a litmus test of conservative credentials – is not, as it turns out, energising the Republican masses. Changing climate of Republican opinion doesn't agree with Tea Party
  • Huckabee would consolidate the "solid South" for the Republicans, energizing the evangelical Christian base and fending off efforts by Obama to "redraw" the electoral map. Huckabee says he'd like to be McCain's running mate
  • Everyone who makes a successful move from employee to entrepreneur has those liberating moments they remember as transforming, energizing experiences.
  • Establish a support team around you. Find like minded people - and develop powerful, supportive and energising relationships.
  • The United States Department of Homeland Security's Office of Intelligence and Analysis issued a report last week suggesting that current political and economic conditions are energizing right-wing extremist groups, that many of these groups follow extremely conservative ideologies and that some may seek to recruit and "radicalize" veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Vox Verax
  • It corresponds directly to the contact pattern energizing the radiation.
  • Zhang told the all-party parliamentary China group in Westminster todaythat Beijing's stimulus package was already showing signs of re-energising the Chinese economy.
  • I have found prayer to be an incredibly energising practice.
  • It is easier said than done for a home-based business owner who feels isolated or is time pressured, but networking is critical regardless of venture size, and incredibly energising.
  • And Abrams seems to me to bring a certain kinetic energy to the whole Star Trek Universe -- a revitalization, or re-energizing of the theme. Tube Bits For 04/07/2009
  • The January window has an energising effect on transfer rumours – Emmanuel Eboué to North Korea anybody? Edin Dzeko's calendar month has finally arrived | Barney Ronay
  • Origen: Or, Whilst the bridegroom "tarried," and the Word comes not speedily to the consummation of this life, the senses suffer, slumbering and moving in the night of the world; and sleep, as energizing feebly, and with no quick sense. Catena Aurea - Gospel of Matthew
  • The whole process develops a flow that every client and reader has described as exhilarating and invigorating and energizing. SHED Your Stuff, Change Your Life
  • Simplifying health empowers people to feel confident in making energizing lifestyle choices.
  • Our zests for life overlapped and coalesced – but the more he goes on, the more it strikes you that what's energising him isn't so much love or even sex but simple friendship. The Hilliker Curse: My Pursuit of Women by James Ellroy – review
  • Upon energizing the membrane, the dimeric and tetrameric precursors were transported across the membrane with efficiencies comparable with that of monomeric precursors. Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • And period instrument groups had an important energising effect by encouraging audiences to explore pieces that they thought they knew inside out but often didn't. Massive Messiah
  • The following is a marvellous, energizing, healing ceremony that really does make a radical and lasting, difference in your life.
  • Find like minded people - and develop powerful, supportive and energising relationships.
  • The energising coils, through which several hundred amperes of current flows, remains at minus 269 degrees centigrade with the help of about 300 litres of liquid helium in a special vessel called cryostat.
  • The bailout money was supposed to be used to jump-start the economy by re-energizing lending.
  • As editing is the reading moment: the multimplication of material in Divestiture — A yields a thresholding surplus, a hyper-trophy of enjoyments: its post-personalizing thrill bursting from an energizing strangeness of interferences, interruptions, and diastrophic collisions. /ubu Editions, Third Series: 12 New Titles : Kenneth Goldsmith : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation
  • The main reason I like the window is the energising effect it has on transfer rumours generally. Edin Dzeko's calendar month has finally arrived | Barney Ronay
  • Mars forms a favorable aspect with Neptune in your chart energizing your psychic nature.
  • Hopefully you will find that teaching with other colleagues is synergistic and energizing.
  • Moving from college to career can be energizing, intimidating, exhilarating, exhausting.
  • Just as an afternoon on the beach was beginning to seem more and more preferable to the queues and chaos, a group of young Maoris did a haka, re-energising the weary crowd.
  • Inclined to be an unpredictable live outing, the Veggies do the business with an energising blur of Neds-ish guitar fodder.
  • The granules are sweet and colorful and a tablespoonful makes an energizing addition to your juices and smoothies.

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