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The Pokémon franchise arrived in the US from Japan in the late ’90s fully prepared to cause a craze, so synergistic were its popular TV show, video games, trading cards, plush toys, theme song, and undeniably cute characters.

From Vox

Yet, the synergistic relationship between the sport and the media has now fractured the tie between the sport and its traditional values, which derived from the educational mission of universities.

These properties minimize the suit’s unintentional interference with the body’s natural biomechanics and allow for more synergistic interaction with the wearer.

The synergistic effect of these compounds when ingested is pain relief, digestive support, skin health, and numerous other benefits.

From Fortune

The epigenetic test can be applied to genetically modified palm varieties for a synergistic effect, but—important for many consumers and environmentalists—it provides major benefits on the non-GMO clones as well.

It fills a void and feeds a hunger for something that is not shrouded in statistics, task forces, and synergistic partnerships.

All these actions can add a synergistic spark to enliven your kisses.

Such a spirit should also have been manifested in the so-called Synergistic controversy, which caused Melanchthon great trouble.

The actual Synergistic controversy did not arise until after the Leipzig Interim.

Rapid Dominance will not be service-unique and requires a synergistic approach from planning to execution.

The Synergistic Controversy considered the relations of divine grace and human liberty.

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On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to synergistic, such as: collegial, harmonious, interdependent, symbiotic, agreeing, and coacting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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