Origin of synergistic
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It fills a void and feeds a hunger for something that is not shrouded in statistics, task forces, and synergistic partnerships.Michelle Obama's Uncensored Fashion Choices
April 13, 2011
All these actions can add a synergistic spark to enliven your kisses.10 Rules for a Great Valentine's Day Kiss
February 13, 2011
Such a spirit should also have been manifested in the so-called Synergistic controversy, which caused Melanchthon great trouble.
The actual Synergistic controversy did not arise until after the Leipzig Interim.
The Synergistic Controversy considered the relations of divine grace and human liberty.
Rapid Dominance will not be service-unique and requires a synergistic approach from planning to execution.Shock and Awe
Harlan K. Ullman
- acting together
- (of people, groups, or companies) working together in a creative, innovative, and productive manner
C17: from Greek sunergētikos, from syn- + -ergētikos, from ergon work; see energy
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Word Origin and History for synergistic
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- Of or relating to synergy or a synergist.
- Producing or capable of producing synergy.
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