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  • v. Present participle of dynamize.


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  • Integration also opens the way for investments from outside the region in the area of infrastructure and will have a multiplying effect on our economies, dynamizing all forms of exchange.

    CNN Transcript Mar 9, 2007

  • It is a central thesis of this book that sanctions often produce the opposite of their intended effect, and that closed states should be opened as far as possible to the integrationist, dynamizing effects of globalization.

    The J Curve

  • We reorganized construction brigades again and we have undertaken a task that has been instrumental in implementing a strong process of dynamizing construction activity, which is fundamental, because without construction there can be no industrial development, there can be no social development.

    Castro Addresses CUJAE Students

  • We should quit dynamizing technology, and dynamize people instead


  • I also thought Cesc's quotes were on target "We should quit dynamizing technology, and dynamize people instead".



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