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ad·y·na·mi·a

 (ăd′ə-nā′mē-ə)
n.
Loss of strength or vigor, usually because of disease.


ad′y·nam′ic (-năm′ĭk) adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.adynamic - characterized by an absence of force or forcefulnessadynamic - characterized by an absence of force or forcefulness
2.adynamic - lacking strength or vigoradynamic - lacking strength or vigor    
weak - wanting in physical strength; "a weak pillar"
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In the same award category was Sport Aberdeen's innovative, adynamic and successful Aquatics Workforce Development Pathway, which has developed into a training academy enabling the development and asustainability of aquatics in athe city.
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These reductions were met with stable to improved pain scores, a 60% decrease in nausea, and a 50% reduction in adynamic ileus.
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The differential diagnosis includes bowel ischemia, bowel perforation, necrotizing enterocolitis (given the presence of pneumatosis), intra-abdominal abscess, adynamic ileus, or Ogilvie syndrome.
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Finally, however, the alacrity with which Kelvin finally solves various elasticity troubles of an aether simultaneously capable of transmitting light as well as supporting his ring vortex model is shown not only in his article "On a Gyrostatic Adynamic Constitution for Ether" but throughout his volume three of "Mathematical and Physical Papers" It is this re-injection of a workable solution from MacCullagh which will continue to prove the value of a hydrodynamical view of electromagnetism into the modern age.
[1] It is defined as failure in forward propulsion of the contents in the intestine either due to dynamic or adynamic cause.