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asynchrony

/asyn·chro·ny/
1. lack of synchronism; disturbance of coordination.
2. occurrence at distinct times of events normally synchronous; disturbance of coordination.asyn´chronous
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For examples of contemporary studies of asynchrony in pre--modern texts see De Grazia; and Dinshaw ("Temporalities"; and How Soon 1-39).
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These high rates of asynchrony can be associated with a higher incidence of weaning failure and tracheostomy, prolonged mechanical ventilation, fatigue, increased sedation needs and longer hospital stays.
Off the charts: Asynchrony and the gifted child (pp.
That is why controlled asynchrony is recommended, since it "enable teamwork and chat-based discussion following completion of the tasks.
In chapter one, Dinshaw focuses on amateur medieval tales of asynchrony in which a character either sleeps away centuries and awakens out of time or is somehow transported to a different temporality from which he emerges at a time far removed from his own.
Dinshaw later returns to asynchrony stories in Chapter 4 with the tale of Rip van Winkle.
granais indicated the possibility of obtaining somatic embryos from leaves of micropropagated seedlings, but at low rates (30%) and with asynchrony problems during germination.
aeneus showed a slight asynchrony in reproductive activity, with larger individuals (>50 mm) beginning reproduction earlier than did smaller females (Fig.
The main spawning season, during which asynchrony in reproductive timing among sizes was observed, was November-February and a second peak occurred in June.