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- n. The state or characteristic of being synchronous or synchronized.
- n. A particular instance of objects, events, scientific data, etc. being in this state.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Synchronism; the character or fact of being synchronous; specifically, in geology, supposed synchronism in time of deposition of strata.
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- n. the relation that exists when things occur at the same time
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One of the big selling points of Crowley and Lowery 2000 was the “non-synchroneity of temperature change”.
Ice cores from seven high elevation 5300 m asl sites raise questions about the synchroneity of glaciation and the relative importance of temperature and precipitation in governing the growth of permanent ice fields in low latitude mountain ranges.
Yamakawa, K. DSCAM deficiency causes loss of pre-inspiratory neuron synchroneity and perinatal death.
Arata, A. & Yamakawa, K. DSCAM deficiency causes loss of pre-inspiratory neuron synchroneity and perinatal death.
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