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- v. To make dynamic.
- v. To render effective.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In homeopathy, to increase the efficiency or strength of (medicines) by extreme trituration.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make (a drug) effective
- v. make more dynamic
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Famously started by a Harvard student as a way to dynamize the freshman facebook, the site is built to serve preexisting networks of high schools and colleges (though anyone can now join).
Moreover, reality refused to conform to the doctrinal expectation that the withdrawal of the state would pave the way for the market and private sector to dynamize agriculture.
My government's strategy has been to dynamize the internal market and strengthen competitiveness.
None of these governments wants to empower potential opposition groups by allowing them independent control of financial resources, but all want to dynamize their economies.
Mortier has taken immediate action to dynamize what some see as a stagnant artistic atmosphere at the Teatro Real in an attempt to allow it to finally make the hoped-for international breakthrough.
The second is to dynamize mobilization for the next World Social Forum and make sure that it will have a positive, concrete impact for the social movements and African struggles.
Legislation would be presented within three months to increase the political independence of savings banks, facilitate mergers and to improve their capacity to issue credits in an attempt to dynamize the economy, Rajoy said.
None of the CLR deviated from the neo-liberal 'export model' nor did they make any effort to dynamize the domestic market or mass consumption via redistributive policies.
It will reflexively renew, refresh, and energize / dynamize business in ways that sigificantly reduce the stressors in the work place as well.
I also thought Cesc's quotes were on target "We should quit dynamizing technology, and dynamize people instead".