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This problem in dynamics gravely perplexed an American historian.

The dynamics for a splendid human civilization are all about us.

They saw only the statics of territories; they had no conception of the dynamics of nations.

It is exhibited through the dynamics of shorter and faster interactions.

Participating in its dynamics affects what I am able to see and describe.

In the dynamics of current changes, such systems are also affected.

Being a self-organizing nucleus, each deal has its own dynamics.

Any dynamics, in biology or in culture, is due to differences.

If they are in a measure our true kin—our dynamics is doubled.

Such a system of solid rings is not compatible with the laws of dynamics.

WORD ORIGIN

as a branch of physics, 1789, from dynamic (adj.); also see -ics.

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