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- adj. Having attained synchronization, together, coordinated, combined.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of synchronize.
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- adj. operating in unison
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What we immediately take away from this is what I call the synchronized clock theory of astrology.
Chinese women have won every individual springboard gold since 1988 and two of the three golds awarded in synchronized springboard, which was added to the Olympic program in 2000.
It had a combination of a short-coupled fuselage, heavy, powerful rotary engine and concentrated fire from twin synchronized machine guns.
Boudia and Finchum were fifth in synchronized platform Aug. 11, then waited 11 days for the individual event.
Russia's eight-woman squad of swimmers won the team free routine in synchronized swimming, Saturday.
But it takes like 10 years to have something new in synchronized swimming.
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Innovative U.S. ties for fifth in synchronized swimming final
Each dancer rose and fell in synchronized turns and twists as the clattering drums pounded through a lingering climax that shook the soul of all in attendance.
Which makes this development all the more remarkable: the battling Dumais brothers are proving to be quite a team, earning a trip to the Athens Olympics in synchronized diving.
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