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fre·net·ic

(frĕ-net'ik)
1. Frenzied; maniacal.
2. A person exhibiting such behavior.
[G. phrenitikos, frenzied]
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Inasmuch as solid activity has been continuing in the Downtown market as well as Midtown, we have all been scrambling for available space for our customers at a frenetic pace.
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Initially sweet, it turns into an increasingly frenetic farce.
In its late stages of development, the frenetic piece was previewed in the Opera Amphitheater, where it received an enthusiastic reception.
Their success, however, also in a sense led to the demise of the gallery, since the frenetic market interest in many of these artists' work increased the number of more powerful dealers vying for their attention.
One way to successfully navigate this frenetic housing market, where buyers, sellers and a telephone-book worth of brokers collide, is by taking advantage of the strategic alliances cooperative and condominium property managers are forging with residential real estate brokerages.
When I look at these bright and beautiful canvases, I cannot help but visualize the frenetic activity of the artist trying not to lose control.
Activity in the city's co-op and condominium market has turned a bit more frenetic as buyers turn anxious to close sales before mortgage rates rise further, while asking prices in some market segments have firmed, reports Karen Berman, vice president/director of sales for The Argo Corporation.
The Korean selections were divided between handsomely produced evocations of traditional Korean dance and frenetic young hipster movement; high technical and production levels distinguished both.