Meanwhile, Tel Aviv's cafes still buzz with activity, even as the sirens wail.
But there are also those to whom this act becomes not a transition for sex, but the center of activity.
The activity is nearly exclusive to a bar setting, and the participants are normally intoxicated.
But the swirl of activity around her will reach its fevered pitch on November 24 when her lawyers launch her appeal.
The activity was so intense that there is now a severe shortage of fancy apartments for sale in New York.
It enervates the powers of the mind, and benumbs the activity of man.
It was Hampden's activity that saved Reading from a second capture.
He was a short wrinkled old man, but appeared to possess great vigour and activity.
They soon landed; and the whole party, over fifty in number, presented to the eye a new scene of bustle and activity.
The activity and strength of the Frenchman were so great that a skilful pugilist would have found difficulty in handling him.
c.1400, "active or secular life," from Old French activité, from Medieval Latin activitatem (nominative activitas), a word in Scholastic philosophy, from Latin activus (see active). Meaning "state of being active, briskness, liveliness" recorded from 1520s; that of "capacity for acting on matter" is from 1540s.
activity ac·tiv·i·ty (āk-tĭv'ĭ-tē)
A physiological process.
The presence of neurogenic electrical energy in electroencephalography..
An ideal concentration for which the law of mass action will apply perfectly.
The intensity of a radioactive source.
The ability to take part in a chemical reaction.