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Past participle: synched
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A critic, called @entylawyer, tweeted that he was disappointed because the mum-of-two lip-synched on a show where she judged people who are not allowed to lip synch
TRAVELERS' new "Insurance.In synch
(SM)" advertising campaign is aiming to rebrand the fourth-largest property/casualty insurer nationwide.
Students can leave the building to collect data, then return to their classroom to synch
the Palm handheld to a PC.