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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of dynamize.


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  • The tea must be dynamized, a vigourous stirring that results in a vortex in the liquid, and should ideally be done manually over a period of hours: biodynamic practitioners believe that some part of the person enters the preparation.

    A Year of Wine

  • The biggest difference, the young Europeans said, is that American politics is much more open and flexible than politics at home, and has been thoroughly transformed and dynamized by the Internet.

    2008 Through a European Lens - The Caucus Blog -

  • Individuals and groups are to be integrated into a closed, compulsory system defined in terms of a future order of state and society, and dynamized by an ideological sense of mission for a greater nation, a better race, a dominating class.


  • Some of the most prominent painters in post-World War II Beirut, Aleppo, and Cairo launched their careers, and dynamized their countries 'respective artistic scenes, after apprenticeships to modern Italian painters.

  • The continuity of dynamized space that he has achieved with 3-D gloriously supports his trippy belief that all living things are one.

    The New Yorker

  • The most likely explanations of the putative effects of dynamized waters (homeopathic preparations) rely on two physicochemical phenomenas: clathrates and solitons.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Although reports on the efficacy of homeopathic medicines in animal models are limited, there are even fewer reports on the in vitro action of these dynamized preparations.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • These results indicate that dynamized medicines possess cytotoxic as well as apoptosis-inducing properties.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]


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