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isodynamic, isodynamical
1. Describing equal forces or forces that remain constant with time.
2. Relating to foods or other materials that liberate the same amount of energy on combustion.
3. Describing an imaginary surface on which force is everywhere the same.
3. Indicating equal (magnetic) force; applied to lines connecting points (of the earth’s surface, etc.) at which the intensity of the magnetic force is the same; or to a map or chart on which such lines are marked.
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