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entrain

(ĕn-trān′)
To alter the biological rhythm of an organism so that it assumes a cycle different from a 24-hour one.
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On 4th October the battalion entrained once more for the north and the countryside of Loos, taking over positions opposite the Hohenzollern Redoubt with rest billets at Mazingarbe, Philosophe, or Vermelles.
Forger said the ENTRAIN data set is full of unanswered questions as well as trends they would like to see validated in the lab.
Preliminary experiments found that three diel cycles was sufficient to entrain the rhythm to a new photoperiod, which was reversed in timing from the ambient cycle.
According to proponents of tuning-fork sound therapy, an organ or chakra that is not operating at maximum capacity will entrain to the frequency of a vibrating tuning fork and come back into alignment.
A joint team of Japanese and American researchers has discovered that restricted feeding entrains the circadian clock in the liver, according to a report published in the Friday edition of U.S.
After a night in a rest camp the battalion entrained for Berguette and marched to billets in Le Sart.
4-Tiglieta Berthenay : N'arrivant plus a retrouver sa forme d'antan, cette jument qui avait bien debute, est entrain de terminer a chaque sortie dans les abysses du classement, ce qui la relegue au rang des improbables de cette course.
Commentant pour AM, l'information de l'existence averee de 157 associations operant en Tunisie et exercant des activites suspectes, le porte-parole du syndicat de surete republicaine Habib Rachdi nous a affirme que ce nombre ne represente pas le 1% des associations qui sont entrain de financer le terrorisme en Tunisie '.
For the endogenous rhythm to develop in the embryos, it is assumed that the embryos' sensory systems become functional toward the end of development, and the rhythm develops as they entrain to external environmental cycles (Forward, 1987).
To apply the coating, Bekaert had to redesign the typical aluminum piston, which has a rough finish to entrain oil (to reduce friction) as it moves.
Key statement: The particulate filler fluid is fed under high pressure to the mixing zone to form a jet stream to entrain elastomer latex fluid energetically to completely coagulate the elastomer with filler prior to the discharge.
But on a trailer modified to have slits and rounded contours at its back edges, sheets of air pumped by fans rearward through those slits hug the curved contours and entrain air rushing over the trailer into an orderly current.