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synchronism

1. History a chronological usually tabular list of historical persons and events, arranged to show parallel or synchronous occurrence
2. Art the representation in a work of art of one or more incidents that occurred at separate times

synchronism

[′siŋ·krə‚niz·əm]
(electricity)
Of a synchronous motor, the condition under which the motor runs at a speed which is directly related to the frequency of the power applied to the motor and is not dependent upon variables.
(physics)
Condition of two periodic quantities which have the same frequency, and whose phase difference is either constant or varies around a constant average value.
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Lewis' journey of self-discovery as it is about the synchronistic events that allowed the couple to obtain the wealth of handwritten documents documenting Mr.
It advocates learning how to create such synchronistic events, how to use the mind and brain's powers to connect synchronicity with creativity, and how to change from living as a separate being to living in a connected universe.
In the experience of a synchronistic event, instead of feeling ourselves to be separated and isolated entities in a vast world we feel the connection to others and the universe at a deep and meaningful level.
Whether the re-branding exercise was indeed by design or merely synchronistic coincidence, it's a racing certainty that Hammerhead will be strutting his robotic stuff in the Premier League next season (more than likely at the expense of Bolton Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers, whose fortunes have taken a dramatic turn downwards since those days when purists used to complain about Allardyce winning without style).
In this context it is important to note the difference between the asynchronistic method of communication occurring during KHL email counselling, and real time synchronistic counselling accessible from some agencies using 'chat' modality online.
According to the late Synchronistic History, a still more remote predecessor of Assur-uballit, Puzur-Assur III (ca.
"The best and most efficient universities," its report said, "have focused on blending these two parts of academic work life that functions as a synchronistic whole, particularly within a research university."
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His objective in drawing attention to such occurrences is to make a case for concentrating on synchronistic events during therapy sessions as a means of treating some forms of neurosis.
Both Artemis and Persephone express within themselves the same opposition that Clarissa does; all three figures combine eternal virginity with marriage and childbirth: Persephone in her synchronistic combination of wife and maiden; Artemis in eternally retaining her virginity while devoting herself to helping other women cross the threshold of marriage and childbirth, and punishing those who, like Atalanta, do not do so; and Clarissa in retaining her virginity through marriage and childbirth.
Although the conflict between Buddhism and Shinto continued for hundreds of years, non-Japanese, in particular westerners, may find this surprising since the religious milieu of modern Japan is very much pluralistic and synchronistic in that it promotes the harmony and blending of Shinto, Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian beliefs--none of which, we must keep in mind, are particularly opposed to such a blending or, more importantly, to pluralism itself.