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  • a  characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality

  • When these effects are taken into account, Singer says, some of the old mathematical and dynamical objections to the moon-capture theory disappear.
  • Milne's theory resolved many apparent contradictions of modern physics (to his own satisfaction) by propounding two kinds of time "dynamical time" (the pendulum time of .
  • Scientists, he said, have got themselves into a mess of contradictions by using only one time measure: the "dynamical" system, which everyone understands because it is based on .

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