- any of the various theories or doctrines or philosophical systems that attempt to explain the phenomena of the universe in terms of some immanent force or energy
- The design was also given the finishing touch to have launch impact and dynamism provided by the novelty of the arch shaped logo design.
- The dynamism of the European economy is crucially dependent on its innovative capacity.
- The dynamism of the European economy is dependent on its capacity for creativity and innovation.
- The dynamism of the DSL operators is due to the comparative advantages they have over other platforms:
- It will help reinforce the dynamism and attractiveness of Europe for the best researchers from both European and third countries, and for industrial investment.
- This is necessary to increase the growth potential of the economy, enhance the euro area’s resilience to asymmetric shocks and thereby preserve price stability while promoting economic dynamism in the euro area.
- the dynamism, creativity and excellence of European research at the frontier of knowledge should be enhanced, recognising the responsibility and independence of scientists in the definition of broad lines of research in this area.
- The health sector is characterised on the one hand by its considerable potential for growth, innovation and dynamism, and on the other by the challenges it faces in terms of financial and social sustainability and efficiency of the health care systems due, among other things, to ageing of the population and to medical advances.
- The objective of the specific programme ‘Ideas’ is to reinforce excellence, dynamism and creativity in European research and improve the attractiveness of Europe for the best researchers from both European and third countries, as well as for industrial research investment, by providing a Europe-wide competitive funding structure, in addition to and not replacing national funding, for ‘frontier research’ executed by individual teams.
- Cohesion policy can help to address the main problems behind Europe's underperformance in innovation, including ineffective innovation systems, insufficient entrepreneurial dynamism or slow business adoption of ICT.In this context, it is necessary to enhance national and regional RTD capacities, to support investment in ICT infrastructure, and to disseminate technology and knowledge through appropriate technology transfer and knowledge exchange mechanisms.
- The Commission pointed out in the opening decision (point (97) that, in general, value figures are better adapted for signalling potentially declining sectors, but that growth rates calculated on the basis of value figures may not adequately reflect the relative dynamism of high-tech sectors, where significant unit price reductions occur principally due to strong competition and to technological change.
- It would also help to promote policy action in Member States aiming to achieve fiscal discipline and structural reforms. This is necessary to increase the growth potential of the economy, enhance the euro area’s resilience to asymmetric shocks and thereby preserve price stability while promoting economic dynamism in the euro area.
- This programme will enhance the dynamism, creativity and excellence of European research at the frontier of knowledge. This will be done by supporting ‘investigator-driven’ research projects carried out across all fields by individual teams in competition at the European level.
- The European audiovisual sector is characterised by its considerable potential for growth, innovation and dynamism, by the fragmentation of the market as a function of cultural and linguistic diversity and, consequently, by a large number of SMEs and very small enterprises with chronic undercapitalisation.
- The European institutions have themselves spoken out on many occasions on subjects relating to Community cultural action and the challenges of cultural cooperation, in particular in Council Resolutions of 25 June 2002 on a new work plan on European cooperation in the field of culture and of 19 December 2002 implementing the work plan for European cooperation in the field of culture, resolutions of the European Parliament of 5 September 2001 on cultural cooperation in the European Union, of 28 February 2002 on the implementation of the Culture 2000 Programme, of 22 October 2002 on the importance and dynamism of the theatre and the performing arts in an enlarged Europe, and of 4 September 2003 on Cultural Industries, and the opinion of the Committee of the Regions of 9 October 2003 on the extension of the Culture 2000 Programme.