Thesaurus / synchronize
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Yawning is not only contagious among lions, but it appears to help the predators synchronize their movements, researchers report March 16 in Animal Behaviour.
YAWNING HELPS LIONS SYNCHRONIZE THEIR GROUPS’ MOVEMENTSJAKE BUEHLERAPRIL 6, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Even then, it’s highly unlikely that the key stages would be synchronized.
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Caribbean flamingoes begin the mating season by marching as a group with closely synchronized movements.
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Cloud-based POS software is enabling retailers to synchronize their physical inventory with their e-commerce stores to upsell to more customers online and increase profits.
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Our brains’ electrical waves literally synchronize when we listen to a story or watch movies together.
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He had occupied some of his spare time in attempting to synchronize clocks from a standard clock.
This is used exclusively to synchronize the flow of information between a tape unit and the computer.
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Co-operation seemed impossible to synchronize in the East; one partner retreated whenever the other advanced.
A SHORT HISTORY OF THE GREAT WARA. F. POLLARD
If this should happen to synchronize with agrarian discontent, it would be impossible to foretell the issue.
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Fred has a telemagneto recorder there that he can synchronize with this outfit easily enough.
TRIPLANETARYEDWARD ELMER SMITH
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