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syn·chron·ic

(sin'krōn-ik),
Referring to the study of the natural history of a disease by its state and distribution in a population at one time. The inferences about longitudinal course from such a study are warranted only under special conditions, notably that the longitudinal course of the disease is itself unchanging and that subjects in the sample are a representative sample of the survivors.

syn·chron·ic

(sin-kron'ik)
Referring to the study of the natural history of a disease by its state and distribution in a population at one time.

synchronic

(of species) occurring at the same periods in time.
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The lesion structure or region of interest can be synchronically displayed in cross, sagittal, and coronal sections.
Hogg and Fulk (2011) observe that due to the changes which Old English had undergone, reconstructed stems are a poor basis for the classification of synchronically existing nouns.
Echoes of Seamus Heaney can be heard throughout the volume, perhaps unsurprisingly so, since the elder poet's interest in excavating an identity both personal and cultural--and doing so both diachronically, with a view to the long sweep of history, and synchronically, at precisely evoked moments rich with detail--is powerfully influential.
As a whole, the volume engages with German film both synchronically (how films construct meaning within the particular moment of their appearance or in relation to circumstances of production, distribution, and exhibition) and diachronically (how the meanings of films evolve as social, political, technological, and other circumstances change).
Button also examines the aesthetic critique of modernity in Chinese Marxism through a clever comparative perspective, which brings together, synchronically, Chinese aesthetic Marxism and Western cultural critique concerning the instrumental dimension of capitalist modernity such as New Criticism, the Frankfurt School (represented by Adorno), and Heidegger.
For example, music files stored on PC could be browsed and streamed to Media Center, video currently played on Android phone could be synchronically played on TV and controlled by ArkMC from the phone, pictures taken with a camera could be instantly displayed on digital photo frames, etc.
The second criticism has to do with the manner in which Yoder's work is assembled synchronically. While gathering Yoder's material in a canonically-ordered format helps us to see how Yoder addresses the whole counsel of the Old Testament, this approach obscures the manner in which Yoder's dealing with certain texts changed over time.
The work of Jacob Neusner, legendary in its scope, made it problematic to read a text as vast and layered as the Ba vii synchronically. Early on, Neusner emphasized the shaping over time of rabbinic narratives found in multiple forms in several sources.
Synchronically, metma is an unanalysable morpheme in Blagar.
Ahead of UN-Arab League joint special envoy Kofi Annan's second visit to Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told a press conference that the Syrian sides should also synchronically withdraw heavy weaponry and armed forces from cities under the UN mission's control.
In addition, the significant and positive correlation between average senescence and leaf reflectance suggests that the development of leaf senescence and reflectance are synchronically. Over all, the rustles of this study prove proportionally the efficiency of using numerical image analysis (Mesurim Pro v 3.3) for estimating leaf reflectance at RGB and the efficiency of using leaf reflectance to estimate chlorophyll content in durum wheat cultivars.
Additionally; thoughtful North American Christians are beginning to understand the importance of "thinking globally." That is, the church extends not only diachronically but also synchronically, both across all time and through all continents.