unsynchronised love


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  • adj. Not synchronised.

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

  • adj. not occurring together


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  • It also requests makers of 3D televisions to take various preventative measures against potentially harmful symptoms affecting unaware viewers, such as unsynchronised shutters on glasses.

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  • That's what the average Joe will need to get, as if you're unsynchronised that's not a very good thing.

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  • The films were complemented by a sound design in which the unsynchronised loops triggered sounds taken from the synchronised DAT recordings, dissociated and reassembled to create a three-dimensional soundtrack.

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  • But some of the unsynchronised data has already been released:


  • Double-yolk eggs result from an error in this process, caused by yolk production becoming unsynchronised with that of the rest of the egg.

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  • The SPEDU Chief described the uncoordinated nature of development in the region, the unsynchronised ministerial budgets, in line with the diversification agenda as a challenge.

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  • GPS has failed to gain traction in the 1.5 billion customer-strong GSM market because it faces two key challenges: first, both GSM and W-CDMA are unsynchronised network technologies.

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  • The range box is unsynchronised and can only be changed when the tractor is stationary.

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  • Granted, the Wynehouse gang obviously haven't thought particularly hard about the name, but what they do have is a pretty tight nine-piece band, an amazing high-energy Amy and some slightly unsynchronised, but enthusiastic takes on Real Amy's excellent all-singing all-dancing backing chaps.

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  • Their movements are unsynchronised, as each one follows his own personal rhythm and timing, one choosing to spend a couple seconds more with his head pressed against the stone on the floor; the other effectuating his sequence with a faster flow.

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