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- v. To cause, or to experience desynchronization
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. to cause a process to occur at times or in cycles independent of another process.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. cause to become desynchronized; cause to occur at unrelated times
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Adjustment would desynchronize the SAG and WGA expirations and dramatically reduce both unions 'leverage.
But when the Western economies do desynchronize, it is likely that the U.S. will be the outlier -- with durably higher inflation.
Also, if you see the comment numbers appear to desynchronize from the quoted comment numbers, its much more likely to be because Steve or myself have restored a comment or two from the Spam Karma filter that should not have been there.
Also, if you see the comment numbers appear to desynchronize from the quoted comment numbers, its much more likely to be because Steve or myself have restored a comment or ...
Films-Redux, 2010, for which she worked with a team to desynchronize sound from image, or
"Following stimulation, the neurons desynchronize, similar to the firing pattern that you would see when a healthy mouse is continuously moving."
Thank you for the idea, but this software did also desynchronize the subtitles ...
Now, maybe there's some as-yet-unknown force acting on the particular type of clock in a GPS satellite, causing it to desynchronize from ground-based clocks.
Now they start and end in sync but desynchronize in the middle.