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The Fountainhead
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  • The stone had the stillness of one brief moment in battle when thrust meets thrust and the currents are held in a pause more dynamic than motion.
  • The great dynamic principle is the common principle of the human equation.

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  • She wondered about him; Gail Wynand, famous for his extraordinary capacity; but this was not merely the force of an ambitious adventurer who had created a chain of newspapers; this—the quality she saw in him here—the thing stretched out under the sun like an answer—this was greater, a first cause, a faculty out of universal dynamics.

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as in: a dynamic personality Define
being energetic or enthusiastic -- often inspiring others
as in: a dynamic system Define
changing -- as through time or due to various forces
as in: the system dynamic Define
the interaction of all the forces influencing a system
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