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dynamis (dī′·n·mis),

n word coined by Hahnemann to describe an organism's life force (i.e., prana, ch'i, etc.) See also bioenergetics, dynamisation, life force, potency, potency energy, vital force, and Wesen.
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70) Klee understood nature both with and beyond formalism, dynamically, as a conjunct of and not a disjunct between form and function, intuition and form, dynamis and stasis.
Dynamis Energy is based in Eagle, Idaho and designs, builds, owns and operates Waste-to-Energy plants.
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This year the groups and choreographers who will be participating are: Asomates Dynamis -- Machi Dimitriadou Lindahl, Chorotheatro Omada Pende -- Roulla Kleovoulou, Petros Konnaris, Aelion -- Fotini Perdikaki, .
2] research project called DYNAMIS were used as a starting point to decide the concentrations of the impurities to be tested.
Hochadel, Oliver, Catalan Palaeontologists and Human Origins Research in Spain, Dynamis.
The 'D' family has gained international allure recently with Animal Kingdom's victory in the Kentucky Derby, his granddam Dynamis was bred and sold by Rottgen.
Dynamis Energy and All Way have entered into a Joint Venture for the construction and management of a Waste-to-Energy plant based on the Dynamis 3.
For Spain, see Maria Luz Lopez Terrada, "Las practicas medicas extraacademicas en la ciudad de Valencia durante los siglos XVI y XVII," DYNAMIS.
The word "dynamo" comes from the Greek dynamis meaning power.