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make more dynamic

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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 also offers regulatory ideals, which it is the function of myth to reiterate in various reincarnations of mythic roles as palatable cultural expression that can easily plug into and dynamize subjectivity.
Part of the proceeds will go to paying the state's debt to the country's private banks, "so that our banking system can be strengthened, which will greatly dynamize the economy," added the deputy.
it is as if the tile leapt from the wall in order to have fun on his canvases, >> declared E de Morais, << as if the kite transformed itself into a rose-window to dynamize the pictorial space.
These three ingredients would dynamize this sector and unleash its growth potential.
Third, the macroeconomic policy was overdone because it was directed toward an increase in aggregate demand (of the private and public sectors together) in order to dynamize the GDP.
These new spaces are creating at least the illusory perspective of more creative ways (or "new strategies of resistance") to dynamize their peripheral subjectivities within a heterogeneous whole where new ways of making transnational connections already exist.
So that I choose rather to incorporate Subject and Collective Bodies in an investigation which I think of as the continuation of the hint I gave in my essay "Locus, Horizon, and Orientation," namely that a fuller discussion demands providing a focus on the oriented agents able or failing to dynamize any--but most clearly the utopian--locus against certain horizons.
Special praise must go to Martin Ball, who has already done much to dynamize investigation into Celtic linguistics.
economy in the short term--will dynamize a specific sector of the economy, i.
High competition and price volatility dynamize the sector with increased regulation and security requirements for the refined fuels supply chain
That contributes to dynamize our own objectives of poverty reduction and creation of economic opportunities through the development of logistics, energy and productive infrastructure," he added.
E-procurement is defined as the use of electronic commerce for buying, involving the use of ICTs such as the Internet to automate and dynamize the organizational process, from the requisition to the final payment (Thomson & Singh, 2001; Vaidya, Juul, Korzen-Bohr, & Pedersen, 2003).
would, as an indirect consequence, lead to an increase in taxes collected, because it would so thoroughly dynamize the economy that a lower tax rate would still result in a general increase in taxes collected.
Beyond the forecast period, the expected entry in service of new narrowbody aircraft from Airbus and Boeing will dynamize the forward fit segment that should witness a slowdown from 2012.