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synchronism

 [sin´kro-nizm]
occurrence at the same time.

syn·chro·nism

(sin'krō-nizm),
Occurrence of two or more events at the same time; the condition of being simultaneous.
Synonym(s): synchronia (1)
[syn- + G. chronos, time]

synchronism

/syn·chro·nism/ (sing´krah-nizm) synchrony.synchron´ic, syn´chronous

syn·chro·nism

(sing'krŏ-nizm)
Occurrence of two or more events at the same time; the condition of being simultaneous.
Synonym(s): synchronia (1) .
[syn- + G. chronos, time]

syn·chro·nism

(sing'krŏ-nizm)
Occurrence of two or more events at same time; condition of being simultaneous.
[syn- + G. chronos, time]

synchronism

occurrence at the same time.
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