Underactivity of the pituitary, for instance, will prevent the development of the normal angle.
This sexual hyperactivity was probably another pituitary trait.
Thousands of the human race have died prematurely of disease engendered by indolence and inactivity.
As we have seen, the objective of marketers online is to reduce interactivity, shorten consideration and induce impulsive purchases.
Vague anxiety, depressive fancies and fears, imaginative overactivity can be removed by inhibiting the post-pituitary.
There is an over-excitability of the nerves in place of sluggishness, and an over-reactivity of the whole organism to its environment.
Perhaps it is this superactivity of Satan that causes beings less wickedly inclined to have such scope for the exercise of their qualities.
We have seen what he had already achieved in his first dashing period of literary activity, in the production of the early volumes of "Modern Painters," and in his "Seven Lamps" and "Stones of Venice."
"Surely they give us credit for energy, enterprize, activity----" "Qualities that they prettily term, rapacity, cunning, and swindling!
He died prematurely worn out through this enormous activity,--a warning, as well as an example.
Activity!--doing something, if possible creating something, at any rate learning something--how fortunate it is that men cannot exist without that!
His Building Activity.--IV.
Let us place at the helm men of character and tried activity,--men of intelligence and forecast,--men who can appreciate the leaders of the South, reckless alike of property, character, and life, and the result cannot be doubtful.
"Colonel Farel and his lady are getting ready to go in the next vessel," said Adolphus, as if in a sleep, or as though his power of speech opposed and defied him in its activity,--so bewildered did he look at his wife and daughter.
But, on the other hand, we must not lose sight of the fact that the material which gives employment to a man's powers and keeps them in activity,--the subject-matter of thought and knowledge, experience, intellectual attainments, the practice of seeing to the bottom of things, and so a perfect mental vision, form in themselves a mass which continues to increase in size, until the time comes when weakness shows itself, and the man's powers suddenly fail.