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- n. One who/which synchronizes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which synchronizes; especially, a contrivance for synchronizing clocks. Also spelled synchroniser.
- n. In electricity, an apparatus for indicating when two alternating-current machines are revolving at the same speed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an instrument that indicates whether two periodic motions are synchronous (especially an instrument that enables a pilot to synchronize the propellers of a plane that has two or more engines)
Easy subtitle synchronizer makes life really easy.
SyncPlaces is a bookmark/password synchronizer for Firefox that keeps them private by using your own web (requires WebDAV) or ftp server.
When you eat is an important synchronizer and organizer of the circadian rhythm of cortisol secretion.
Carmel Myers acted in over seventy films, was an early television talk-show host, led a production company that packaged radio and television shows, held a patent for an electronic synchronizer that controlled studio lights, and imported and distributed French perfume.
The folder synchronizer notes when local files are deleted and deletes them on the server using this call.
There's also the case of biologist Genevieve Switz, a "strong synchronizer."
This amazing soundclash is all made with live drums, live bass, toy keyboards and other gadgets, looping pedals and crazy old FX units, AND, the piéce de résistance, a 35mm film synchronizer thingy that band leader Brian Borcherdt (sounds like Orchard) scratches with ... no, seriously, its like he's scratching old film-strips and movies that have a magnetic sound track on them, and it sounds like a turntable.
I also love having my bookmark synchronizer and two tabs (GMail & NetVibes) set up the same way on Firefox on each box. reply
Ornstein knew all too well about synchronizer bugs.
Unlike most other problems that could cause computers to crash, a synchronizer bug left behind virtually no useful forensic evidence that might point a diagnostician to the problem.