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The crossover from new to old media can also be seen as part of a larger recent trend in contemporary entertainment toward multiple-medium, synergistic marketing.
These two things don’t come together often, but Twitter recently fostered a bit of synergistic science that has led to an amazing revelation: Tiny jumping spiders can likely see the moon.
Suramin was synergistic with their other therapies.
The Calidore players performed it with synergistic brilliance and ferocious commitment.
What draws us to Ichiro is what rakish former Esquire columnist George Frazier, inspired by Federico García Lorca, fancied as an athlete's duende: a synergistic combination of charisma, aptitude, and panache.
This perspective stems from our recent years of USAID service (following dozens of similar faculty) as Jefferson Science Fellows, where we were lent by our universities to infuse synergistic science and engineering expertise.
While not connected to Modernism Week, Desert X is a synergistic complement to its spirit.
The expansive newsroom is an open, interlocking grid of desks and offices, creating a synergistic flow from department to department.
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