resynchronize

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resynchronize

(ˌriːˈsɪŋkrəˌnaɪz) or

resynchronise

vb (tr)
to synchronize again
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Therefore, those who struggle with rhythm disorders might consider timed meals to resynchronise.
Therefore those who struggle with rhythm disorders might consider timed meals to resynchronise.
Improved the desynchronisation detection in Multiplayer Campaign mode, and players are now given a popup message when a desynchronisation has occurred, with the options to resynchronise the game to continue, or quit the game.
Racing was delayed for 35 minutes while the air ambulance crew attended to Horner and there was a further delay to resynchronise start times with Britain's other meetings at Goodwood and Lingfield.
Role of the sensitivity of detection of oestrus in the submission rate of cows treated to resynchronise oestrus.
Biventricular pacing ICDs may have been placed to resynchronise atrio-ventricular contraction and improve cardiac output.
Even then the atomic clocks must be brought together every day to resynchronise them, or use De Witte's method of multiple atomic clocks.
PHOTIC stimulation - which involves shining a gently pulsed (intermittent) light into closed eyes for about 15 minutes a day - helps to resynchronise brain function where conditions causing a hormonal imbalance have been diagnosed, for example pre-menstrual syndrome.
This event trigger causes the content on the synchronised players to resynchronise either by advancing to a common track or following a playlist instruction.
For Rhythm: Lindera Extract helps to resynchronise the skin's biorhythms, therefore helps the skin restore the activity of the cellular metabolism of younger skin.
The Concerto CRT-D device also sends tiny electrical impulses to the heart muscle to resynchronise the contractions of the heart's lower chambers, helping the heart pump blood throughout the body more efficiently.
For patients suffering from heart failure, CRT technology resynchronises the lower chambers (ventricles) of the heart by sending uniquely programmed electrical impulses to stimulate each ventricle to beat in sync to offer the best cardiac performance.