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isochronous

 [i-sok´rŏ-nus]
performed in equal times; said of motions and vibrations occurring at the same time and being equal in duration.

isochronic

/iso·chron·ic/ (-kron´ik) isochronous.

isochronic, isochronous

performed in equal times; said of motions and vibrations occurring at the same time and being equal in duration.
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The isochronic band hypothesis and the climbing fiber regulation of motricity.
To the extent that such verse cannot be simultaneously interpreted as having four isochronic beats to the line, then it is probably difficult and unnatural, and requires special study to be appreciated.
Seasonal isochronic forcing of Lotka Volterra equations.
Such images have effectively become shibboleths, appearing to construe a kind of isochronic world wherein the constrictions of time and space have been overcome, where the necessary navigational and communicational means are so fully developed and supremely achieved that they can eclipse even reality itself.