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Some eight minutes after launch, a pair of sonic booms rocked the area as the two side boosters set down in near synchrony on two landing pads at Cape Canaveral.
Male and female Christmas tree worms reproduce by casting their sperm and eggs into the water in synchrony.
The research started as a search for synchrony in earthquake timing.
Under normal circumstances, groups of two or three whales tend to dive in synchrony across tens of square kilometers to hunt for food.
This relationship between him and the natural world around him—this sense of synchrony—lay at the heart of his daily, monthly, yearly monitoring of the changing seasons.
Once in a while, the wheels click in synchrony and the indifferent universe offers up a rare spectacle.
As the sun starts to set, fire dancers surround the pool, moving in hypnotizing synchrony.
When Buffett finally came onstage, the fans' synchrony, quirkiness and dedication to having a good time peaked.
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SYNCHRONY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of synchrony for English Language Learners
: a state in which things happen, move, or exist at the same time
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