dynamically dynamically


  • (adv) in a forceful dynamic manner


  1. He never finds a way either to put an interesting spin on the incidents of the journey or to link them dynamically.
  2. These areas of the brain, he notes, are essential to planning and problem solving, and among their jobs is keeping a dynamically changing spatial map in a cache of working memory.
  3. One of them, dynamically champing a stogie, was Benjamin Franklin Fairless, a dark, stocky, kinetic corporation executive.


  1. Microsoft Adds Auto Scaling To Windows Azure

    At its Build developer conference today, Microsoft announced that it is adding auto scaling for web apps to its Azure cloud-computing platform. This will allow developers to dynamically scale their cloud server capacity on Azure automatically as needed. Users can, of course, set a maximum and minimum number of servers to run at any given time. Enabling this feature just takes a few clicks in the ...
    on June 27, 2013     Source: TechCrunch

  2. Buzzword proliferation is making communication harder

    I was dynamically engaging one of my fellow content marketers in the company brainstorming arena the other day, when I came up with a win-win value proposition for in-house onboarding of new talent to help us velocitize our organic campaigns. It’s really a multichannel game-changer!
    on June 27, 2013     Source: The Wichita Eagle

  3. Unicorn Media Hires Proven Industry Executives to Expand Capabilities and Accelerate Massive Growth

    TEMPE, Ariz., June 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --  Unicorn Media , the market leader in Internet video solutions that empower the world's largest publishers to dynamically serve video ads to IP-enabled devices, ...
    on June 26, 2013     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance


  1. "Eye care will continue to grow dynamically as there is a growing unmet medical need driven primarily by the world's aging population," Vasella said in a statement.
    on Apr 7, 2006 By: Daniel Vasella Source: 940 News

  2. "He had been involved very dynamically administratively in his worldwide movement for over 50 years, so it's quite a significant change to see him dive back purely into knowledge and let other people take care of the administration," American...
    on Jan 29, 2008 By: John Hagelin Source: Guardian Unlimited

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