There are no real, long-term safe havens that are immune to synchronous shocks.
The loss of whitebark and the rapid increase in human-killed grizzlies are synchronous.
The synchronous sensations produce synchronous ideas and the successive sensations successive ideas.
They occur, however, either in 'synchronous' or in 'successive' order.
In connection with synchronous converters the current may be made either lagging or leading by adjusting the field excitation.
This corresponds to synchronous and successive associations.
The first synchronous census of the colony, as it was then constituted, took place in 1865, on a fairly comprehensive schedule.
In practice the synchronous motor has a number of pairs of field poles.
Fig. 304 is a type of synchronous armature consisting of a block of soft steel wound with a coil closed upon itself.
For thirty-six years, therefore, their reigns were synchronous.
synchronous syn·chro·nous (sĭng'krə-nəs, sĭn'-)
Occurring or existing at the same time.
operating system, communications
1. Two or more processes that depend upon the occurrences of specific events such as common timing signals.
2. Occurring at the same time or at the same rate or with a regular or predictable time relationship or sequence.