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  • v. Present participle of synchronise.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. an adjustment that causes something to occur or recur in unison

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Examples

  • The expert said China still had to solve many technical issues such as synchronising different on-board combat systems.

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  • You might want to shoot me for a lame attempt at "synchronising" the chorus with The Wizard of Oz, but I'm just the messenger for that banking system allegory of others: most recently Ellen Brown, Esquiress, in her book Web of Debt.

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  • As well as synchronising aircraft carrier deployments, this will pave the way to a "combined joint expeditionary force" at brigade level under a British or French commander.

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  • As well as synchronising aircraft carrier deployments, it will pave the way to a "combined joint expeditionary force" at brigade level under a British or French commander.

    Britain and France to seal defence pact

  • Practitioners of neuro-linguistic programming claim to have subliminal techniques (synchronising breathing, etc) for achieving it.

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  • While the new version will not completely replace iTunes for people with iPhone or iPod Touches – which will still need them for synchronising apps and doing software updates – and will also not change calendars, photos, videos or other content on lower-end iPods, chief product officer Gustav Soderstrom told the Guardian that Spotify saw it as important to reach more users of its free service.

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  • Forgive our ignorance, but if you're on your own, who are you synchronising with?

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  • But others say - and the behaviour of the phone confirms - that the "Use Mobile Data" switch is only meant to apply to the three categories directly above it where people are synchronising their apps across multiple devices, and that it is not a switch to control whether apps, music or books can be downloaded for the first time directly from the App Store.

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  • DirSync Pro is a robust and open-source file synchronising tool.

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  • By Kevin Purdy on June 18, 2009 at 9: 30 PM iPhone/iPod touch: Evernote, the brain-expanding memory and note tool, is making full use of the iPhone 3.0 features with a new version that makes reading, synchronising, mapping, recording, photo-capturing and landscape-viewing your notes easier, and promises app interactivity to come.

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