dynamize


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make more dynamic

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We are left wondering how exactly musical components of dance practice might activate, inflect, and dynamize these sites of political engagement which Troutman centrally positions in Native Americans' struggle to maintain cultural identity over the course of three decades.
Such a crossing outlining can have--and really has an ambiguous effect: it can dynamize exchanges both on infra- and trans-national levels between various local communities, and thus enhance the formation of open, plural, "post-modern" identities, shifting from the local to the global through a fluid, polyvalent, poly-orientated regionality; but it can also hinder the consolidation of any region and the identification of the inhabitants to any of them, infra-national and trans-national as well, provoking rather indifference in regard to the very idea of region and the identification only to the local on the one hand, and to the national on the other.
The grouping, which was founded in July 2008, and links the European Union nations with several south Mediterranean countries, decided that "in the face of scattered actions and finance, it is necessary to federate and dynamize.
Turkey implements a new project which will dynamize historical silk road project.
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.
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.
These three ingredients would dynamize this sector and unleash its growth potential.
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.
High competition and price volatility dynamize the sector with increased regulation and security requirements for the refined fuels supply chain