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di·a·chron·ic

 (dī′ə-krŏn′ĭk)
adj.
Of or concerned with phenomena, such as linguistic features, as they change through time.

[From dia- + Greek khronos, time.]

di′a·chron′i·cal·ly adv.

diachronically

(ˌdaɪəˈkrɒnɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a diachronic fashion
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Noting the shared fate of another CG effect, the "morph," Rehak pays careful attention to "how special and visual effects age--following trajectories across and among texts, moving along chains of quotation and mimicry, existing not just synchronically but diachronically.
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The Church at end of the Millennium, "but diachronically as well.
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The essay is full of mumbo-jumbo theoretical flourishes, none better, or worse, than this sentence of summation: "the interpenetrative and fecund coupling of text with the reality that it both synchronically denotes and diachronically connotes succeeds in simultaneously exploiting and subverting some basic semiotic assumptions of post-modernist theory by circumnavigating the fluid parameters of its consensually adduced perceptual paradigms.
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Armitage's method is to proceed both synchronically and diachronically, taking each of the Empire's defining characteristics and analysing it as it comes most powerfully into focus over the course of the two centuries under review (roughly 1550-1750).
In this process, memory functions synchronically and diachronically to recall the heterogeneous identity of Blacks in history, politics, and literature.