Definitions for kinetic
kɪˈnɛt ɪk, kaɪ-ki·net·ic
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relating to the motion of material bodies and the forces associated therewith
characterized by motion
"modern dance has been called kinetic pantomime"
energizing, energising, kineticadjective
supplying motive force
"the complex civilization of which Rome was the kinetic center"- H.O.Taylor
Of or relating to motion
Of or relating to kinesis
Etymology: From κινητικός, from κινέω
Kinetic generally refers to something related to motion, movement, or energy associated with motion. It is often used to describe the physical or mechanical properties of objects or systems that involve and exhibit motion.
moving or causing motion; motory; active, as opposed to latent
Etymology: [Gr. kinhtiko`s, from kinei^n to move.]
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The numerical value of kinetic in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of kinetic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
It looks worse than it was, quantum does kinetic energy storage – the way it is installed is very, very safe.
The authorization I propose would provide the flexibility to conduct ground combat operations in other more limited circumstances, such as rescue operations involving U.S. or coalition personnel or the use of special operations forces to take military action against ISIL leadership, it would also authorize the use of U.S. forces in situations where ground combat operations are not expected or intended, such as intelligence collection and sharing, missions to enable kinetic strikes or the provision of operational planning and other forms of advice and assistance to partner forces.
After Congress passed SJ Res 34, we are no longer merely battling a cyber-kinetic war on all fronts, we are now in a state of perpetual cyber-kinetic-meta war, and there will be no end.
Engineering is the science of economy, of conserving the energy, kinetic and potential, provided and stored up by nature for the use of man. It is the business of engineering to utilize this energy to the best advantage, so that there may be the least possible waste.
The health sector continuously get’s pummeled by malicious actors and hackers because their cyber-kinetic security is being managed by “Participation Trophy” winning wimps!
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