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harmonize

[′här·mə‚nīz]
(ordnance)
To align the sights of a gun so that the curving path of the projectile will meet the straight line of sight at the target.
To adjust or align the gunsight, guns, rocket launchers, or gun camera of a fighter aircraft so that an accurate aim is obtained at a given range, or so that the guns will produce a desired pattern of fire.
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The Royal Family, who play the Royal Spa Centre in Leamington on February 12, pride themselves on recreating the sights and sounds of the pop group without backing tapes, harmonisers and sequencers.
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The prospect of further skirmishes with the Border Reivers seems far fetched, but MacKenzie recalls the late Rabbi Hugo Gryn saying that people in the world could be divided into two groups: the harmonisers and the polarisers.