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- v. Alternative spelling of synchronize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make synchronous and adjust in time or manner
- v. happen at the same time
- v. cause to indicate the same time or rate
- v. operate simultaneously
- v. make (motion picture sound) exactly simultaneous with the action
- v. arrange or represent events so that they co-occur
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Robert Mugabe and his deputy Joyce Mujuru and said she had come to help "synchronise" Pretoria's policies with Harare.
We have done our best to "synchronise" with other events on the European circuit like like
I've decided to do these six at a time, basically because that will synchronise nicely with the Hinchcliffe/Holmes seasons if I keep it up that long (counting Mission to the Unknown as part of The Daleks 'Master Plan).
Toucan: Backup, synchronise and encrypt the contents of your flash drive.
You can alter the hour, minute, and second a photo or batch of photos was taken to synchronise them with the actual time or, more helpfully, with other cameras.
Windows/Mac/Linux/iPhone: TweetDeck, the Twitter client that helps cut through social noise, has unleashed a clever version of its popular multi-column app for iPhones, as well as made it easy to synchronise columns and work with multiple Twitter accounts.
For those with web space or remote servers, PureSync can synchronise and backup to local drives or network folder and over FTP.
Alternately, you could synchronise a file outside Dropbox with a little symbolic link magic.
Both require a Mozilla account to save and synchronise collections.
EXIF Date Changer makes it simple to synchronise photographs to the proper time and the output of individual cameras to each other.