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kuh ne tiks

  • n  the branch of mechanics concerned with the forces that cause motions of bodies

  • The German, Franz Josef Jung, was archetypically skittish when it came to any mention of kinetics in Afghanistan, except to criticize the scourge of civilian casualties.
  • But foreign policy developments seem destined to take some time, given the new President's proclivities: there will not be the macho kinetics of the Bush years nor the bang-bang .
  • A more sensible, centrist approach to international affairs won't have the bang or melodrama of military kinetics.
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