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syndesis

 [sin´dĕ-sis]

syndesis

/syn·de·sis/ (sin´dĕ-sis)

syndesis

[sin′dəsis]
Etymology: Gk, syn, together, dein, to bind
surgical fixation of a joint. Also called arthrodesis.

ar·thro·de·sis

(ahr-thrō'dē-sis)
The stiffening of a joint by operative means.
Synonym(s): artificial ankylosis, syndesis.
[arthro- + G. desis, a binding together]

syndesis

1. arthrodesis.
2. synapsis.
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According to the company, Syndesis Express is a pre-integrated solution bundle that provides subscriber-centric fulfillment for high-speed Internet, IPTV, VoIP, and other advanced service offerings.
The relationships between motifs also exhibit elements of continuity: Beadwork remains prominent on men's clothing and accoutrements, and the motifs still are presented in patterned syndesis.
Syndesis allows for interfusions of homage and critique, cooperation and opposition, which need not resolve into stable wholes or balanced hybrids.
Harris, decia: "La arquitectura es fundamentalmente el resultado de un proceso de diferenciacion que tiene lugar en varios niveles relacionados entre si (3)", a traves -y esto lo anado yo-, de la syndesis, es decir, gracias a las conexiones.
He is the owner of a company called Syndesis, which makes lightweight concrete tiles, sinks, counter-tops, and furniture.
Yoruban syndesis is a process rather than a system itself.
Subex Azure Ltd, a provider of OSS solutions for telecomms operators, announced on Wednesday (7 November) that Swisscom, a telecomms company in Switzerland, has deployed the enhanced Syndesis Business Ethernet Fulfillment solution from Subex Azure to deliver Ethernet-based Services to enterprise customers across the country.
Syndesis NetProvision is claimed to reduce fallout rates and the time needed to activate a service.
7) Ed Pavlic's article "Syndetic Redemption (8)" brilliantly elucidates the epistemological relationships of these simultaneously available systems through syndesis.
Acquired by QinetiQ); Vallent (Acquired by IBM) and Syndesis (Acquired by Subex).
Prior to his role at Subex, Palmer served as Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President of Operations at technology company Syndesis Limited, where he successfully restructured the company and led the acquisition and integration of several technologies that culminated in the sale of Syndesis to a strategic investor.
Prior to joining Narus, Swan was senior vice president of sales, marketing and alliances for Syndesis, Ltd.