dynamitic

dynamitic

(ˌdaɪnəˈmɪtɪk)
adj
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) relating to dynamite or those who use dynamite for illegal reasons
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In such a rapidly changing era of globalization, the relations between Singapore and China must keep up with the dynamitic.
Hence Linksys is featuring dynamitic tri-brand technology that provides faster Wi-Fi and load balancing to ensure peak Wi-Fi performance throughout the home.
It was also an occasion to show off the company's new marketing methods and channels which convey the values of the distinguished and dynamitic company.
The paranoiac phenomenon, by virtue of its strength and authority, and its characteristics of productivity, permanence, and growth, all inherent in the systematic fact, would prominently objectify the integration of all the basic dynamitic notions of "process" in the "dialectical delirium" of Surrealism.
Many researches have shown that AE method is a powerful method in investigating the dynamitic behavior of phase transformation [10, 11].