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  • verb Present participle of dynamise.

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Examples

  • The youth became the dynamising force of the struggle and its sharp end.

    ANC Today

  • The youth became the dynamising force of the struggle and its sharp end.

    ANC Today

  • The state must play a leading role in dynamising such processes.

    Report of the Alliance Summit

  • We do so knowing that the deliberations of the Congress will find solutions to better ways of dynamising and energerzing our youth; of contributing even better to the better life for all South Africans and of leading our country to the next millennium.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • We do so knowing that the deliberations of the Congress will find solutions to better ways of dynamising and energerzing our youth; of contributing even better to the better life for all South Africans and of leading our country to the next millennium.

    ANC KWAZULU NATAL SALUTES 20TH ANCYL CONGRESS

  • The apartheid regime banned the ANC exactly because it wanted to remove from our midst this dynamising factor in our struggle.

    RENDER SOUTH AFRICA UNGOVERNABLE!

  • Such a body of cadres constitutes the dynamising factor in our situation - a force capable of bringing together the various strands of our struggle, and assisting in the further development and consolidation of all our political and military combat forces into a mighty army of liberation.

    RENDER SOUTH AFRICA UNGOVERNABLE!

  • Such a body of cadres constitutes the dynamising factor in our situation - a force capable of bringing together the various strands of our struggle, and assisting in the further development and consolidation of all our political and military combat forces into a mighty army of liberation.

    MESSAGE OF THE NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

  • The apartheid regime banned the ANC exactly because it wanted to remove from our midst this dynamising factor in our struggle.

    MESSAGE OF THE NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

  • Such a body of cadres constitutes the dynamising factor in our situation - a force capable of bringing together the various strands of our struggle, and assisting in the further development and consolidation of all our political and military combat forces into a mighty army of liberation.

    MESSAGE OF THE NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

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