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Symphony (software)
Platform Symphony is a High-performance computing software system developed by Platform Computing, the company that developed Load Sharing Facility . Focusing on the Financial Services Industry , Symphony is designed to deliver scalability and enhances performance for compute-intensive risk and analytical applications

Symphysis
A symphysis is a fibrocartilaginous fusion between two bones. It is a type of cartilaginous joint, specifically a secondary cartilaginous joint.1.A symphysis is an amphiarthrosis, a slightly movable joint.2.A growing together of parts or structures

Symposium
In ancient Greece, the symposium was a drinking party. Literary works that describe or take place at a symposium include two Socratic dialogues, Plato's Symposium and Xenophon's Symposium, as well as a number of Greek poems such as the elegies of Theognis of Megara

Symptom
A symptom is a departure from normal function or feeling which is noticed by a patient, indicating the presence of disease or abnormality

Synaeresis
In linguistics, synaeresis or syneresis is a sound change by which two vowels are pronounced together rather than separately

Synaesthete (game)
- Rolling Without Slipping :Listed below are the developers of Synaesthete, and their primary role:Zach Aikman - ProducerJoseph Tkach - DesignerWilliam Towns - Technical Director & MusicianAndy Maneri - Product Manager-External links:*

Synagogue
A synagogue is a Jewish house of prayer. This use of the Greek term synagogue originates in the Septuagint where it sometimes translates the Hebrew word for assembly, kahal

Synagogue (Kaliningrad)
Königsberg's New Synagogue was one of three synagogues in Königsberg in Prussia, East Prussia . The other synagogues were Old Synagogue and Adass Jisroel synagogue. The New Synagogue was destroyed in the aftermath of the Kristallnacht pogrom in 1938.-History:In 1508 two Jewish physicians were allowed to settle in the city

Synagogue (Naples)
The history of the Jews in Naples deals with the presence of Jews in the city of Naples, Italy. The Jewish presence in the city goes back at least 2,000 years. Today, the Jewish community in Naples numbers around 200 people.-History:

Synagogue (Oni)
The Synagogue in Oni is a synagogue at Vakhtang the 6'h Street, 53 in Oni in the republic of Georgia.-History:The synagogue was built in 1895 in an eclectic style. It's Georgia’s third largest synagogue after the Great Synagoge of Tbilisi and the synagogue of Kutaisi.-References:

Synapsis
Synapsis is the pairing of two homologous chromosomes that occurs during meiosis. It allows matching-up of homologous pairs prior to their segregation, and possible chromosomal crossover between them. Synapsis takes place during prophase I. When homologous chromosomes synapse, their ends are first attached to the nuclear envelope

Synaptic
Synaptic may refer to:*Synapse, part of the nervous system*Synapsis, the pairing of two homologous chromosomes*Synaptic , a Linux graphical package management program for APT See also

Sync (street artist)
Sync or Syn as he is sometimes called is a notable street artist operating out of Melbourne, Australia.At the start of Sync's career he was heavily into doing sticker art. He started doing stencils in 1996 in Adelaide but only to help himself mass produce stickers.In Adelaide, Sync worked for some years as a bike courier, so he knew all the back-alleys and side streets

Syncarida
Syncarida is a superorder of crustaceans, comprising the two orders Anaspidacea and Bathynellacea. Fifty-nine genera are known, in six families:Anaspidacea Calman, 1904*Anaspididae Thomson, 1893*Koonungidae Sayce, 1908*Psammaspididae Schminke, 1974

Synch
Synch or sync may refer to:*DIN sync, a standard interface for electronic music instruments*File synchronization or syncing, to synchronize directories or files on computers*Ford Sync, an in-car communications and entertainment system

Synchronic
Synchronic may refer to:*Synchronicity*Synchronic analysis, in linguistics * Synchronic, an adjective referring to a quality of music.

Synchronicity
Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events that are apparently causally unrelated or unlikely to occur together by chance and that are observed to occur together in a meaningful manner

Synchronicity (Bennie K album)
-Track listing:CD Track List:# Synchroni-city ~Opening~# Oasis feat. Diggy-MO' # Treasure# Sunrise # Okay  # Stay Awhile ~Interlude~# 1 4 3 ~Yuki's Room~# Draculea ~Cico's Castle~# Benkei & Ushiwakamaru

Synchronization
Synchronization is timekeeping which requires the coordination of events to operate a system in unison. The familiar conductor of an orchestra serves to keep the orchestra in time.

Synchronization (alternating current)
-Electricity generation:Electricity generation requires the connection of large numbers of alternators in parallel and additional alternators must be switched in when demand rises.

Synchronized
Synchronized can refer to the following definitions:*synchronization , or syncronisation , the coordination of events to operate a system in unison.*Synchronized , a 2002 album by sHeavy.

Synchronized (album)
-Track listing:# "Firebird350" # "Last of the V8 Interceptors" # "Next Exit to Vertigo" # "Part of the Machine" # "Synchronized" # "Invasion of the Micronauts" # "Kill Queens Go Disco" # "Ultraglide"

Synchronous dynamic random access memory
Synchronous dynamic random access memory is dynamic random access memory that is synchronized with the system bus. Classic DRAM has an asynchronous interface, which means that it responds as quickly as possible to changes in control inputs

Synchrotron
A synchrotron is a particular type of cyclic particle accelerator in which the magnetic field and the electric field are carefully synchronised with the travelling particle beam. The proton synchrotron was originally conceived by Sir Marcus Oliphant

Syncopation
In music, syncopation includes a variety of rhythms which are in some way unexpected in that they deviate from the strict succession of regularly spaced strong and weak but also powerful beats in a meter . These include a stress on a normally unstressed beat or a rest where one would normally be stressed

Syncope
In phonology, syncope is the loss of one or more sounds from the interior of a word; especially, the loss of an unstressed vowel. It is found bothin Synchronic analysis of languages and Diachronics .-Found synchronically:

Syncope
Syncope may refer to one of the following:* Syncope , loss of consciousness* Vasovagal episode, a common form of fainting* Syncope , the loss of one or more sounds from the interior of a word, especially the loss of an unstressed vowel

Syncope (album)
Syncope is the third album by the aggrotech band Tactical Sekt. It was released in 2006. The track “Beslan” refers to the Beslan school hostage crisis.-Track listing:All songs written and performed by Anthony Mather.# “Syncope” – 5:49

Syncretism
Syncretism is the combining of different beliefs, often while melding practices of various schools of thought. The term means "combining", but see below for the origin of the word

Synd
-Track listing:#"" – 4:34#"" – 4:11#"" – 3:43#"" – 5:39#"" – 1:22#"" – 4:16#"" – 7:48#"" – 4:53#"" – 3:45

Syndic
Syndic , a term applied in certain countries to an officer of government with varying powers, and secondly to a representative or delegate of a university, institution or other corporation, entrusted with special functions or powers.The meaning which underlies both applications is that of

Syndicate
A syndicate is a self-organizing group of individuals, companies or entities formed to transact some specific business, or to promote a common interest or in the case of criminals, to engage in organized crime

Syndicate (disambiguation)
A syndicate is a self-organizing group formed to transact some business or promote a common interest.Syndicate may also refer to:* Syndicate , an organization in the television series The X-Files

Syndrome
In medicine and psychology, a syndrome is the association of several clinically recognizable features, signs , symptoms , phenomena or characteristics that often occur together, so that the presence of one or more features alerts the physician to the possible presence of the others

Syndrome (video game series)
Syndrome is a series of video games developed by Goichi Suda.* Twilight Syndrome: Search for PlayStation * Twilight Syndrome: Investigation for PlayStation

Synergia
Synergia is an Israeli rock band. The band was first formed by two childhood friends Ron Hoffman and Roy Geffen . The two used to perform as a cover group in Tel Aviv called "HaTzayadim"

Synergy
Synergy may be defined as two or more things functioning together to produce a result not independently obtainable.The term synergy comes from the Greek word from , , meaning "working together".-Definitions and usages:

Synergy (Extol album)
Synergy is the third studio album by the Norwegian Christian extreme metal band Extol. It was released in 2003 on Century Media, but was licensed to Solid State Records.

Synge
Synge is the Irish writer John Millington Synge .Synge may also refer to:* Richard Laurence Millington Synge , British biochemist* John Lighton Synge , Irish mathematician and physicist

Synod
A synod historically is a council of a church, usually convened to decide an issue of doctrine, administration or application. In modern usage, the word often refers to the governing body of a particular church, whether its members are meeting or not

Synonym
Synonyms are different words with almost identical or similar meanings. Words that are synonyms are said to be synonymous, and the state of being a synonym is called synonymy. The word comes from Ancient Greek syn and onoma . The words car and automobile are synonyms

Synonym (taxonomy)
In scientific nomenclature, a synonym is a scientific name that is or was used for a taxon of organisms that also goes by a different scientific name. For example, Linnaeus was the first to give a scientific name to the Norway spruce, which he called Pinus abies

Synopsis
A synopsis is a brief summary of the major points of a written work, either as prose or as a table; an abridgment or condensation of a work.-See also:*Synopsys, an electronic design automation company based in Mountain View, California

Synoptic
Synoptic is derived from the Greek words σύν and ὄψις , and describes observations that give a broad view of a subject at a particular time. Specific uses include:*Synoptic scale meteorology*Synoptic Gospels*SynOptics

Synovium
Synovial membrane is the soft tissue found between the articular capsule and the joint cavity of synovial joints.

Syntagma (disambiguation)
Syntagma , a Greek word meaning "arrangement" in classical Greek and "constitution" in modern Greek, may refer to:*The Constitution of Greece*Syntagma Square in Athens*Syntagma station of the Athens Metro

Syntax
In linguistics, syntax is the study of the principles and rules for constructing phrases and sentences in natural languages.

SYNTAX
In computer science, SYNTAX is a system used to generate lexical and syntactic analyzers for all kind of context-free grammars as well as some classes of contextual grammars. It is developed at INRIA for several decades, mostly by Pierre Boullier, but has become free software since 2007 only

Syntax (journal)
Syntax is a peer-reviewed academic journal in the field of syntax of natural languages, established in 1998 and published by Wiley-Blackwell

Syntax (typeface)
The Syntax font families are designed by Hans Eduard Meier. Originally started with sans-serif fonts, it was expanded to include serif designs.-Syntax:

Synth (disambiguation)
Synth may refer to:* Synthesizer, an electronic musical instrument* Synthpop, a subgenre of New Wave and pop music* Synth Look and Feel, a skinnable Java look and feel* Synth, a freeware strategic action game that utilizes procedurally generated graphics

Synthese
Synthese is a scholarly periodical edited by Johan van Benthem, Vincent F. Hendricks and John Symons specializing in papers in epistemology, methodology and philosophy of science

Synthesis
In general, the noun synthesis refers to a combination of two or more entities that together form something new; alternately, it refers to the creating of something by artificial means

Synthesis (journal)
Synthesis is a scientific journal published from 1969 to the present day by Thieme Chemistry. Its stated purpose is the "advancement of the science of synthetic chemistry".

Synthesizer (album)
Synthesizer is an album by synthpop band Information Society. It was released on September 1, 2007 from the Official Website, and was released on October 9, 2007 in record stores.-Track listing:# Baby Just Wants# Back In The Day

Synthetic
Synthesis, the combination of two or more parts, whether by design or by natural processes. Furthermore, it may imply being prepared or made artificially, in contrast to naturally.-In the sense of combination:* Synthetic position, a concept in finance

Synthetic (song)
Synthetic was the first single taken from Spineshank's album The Height of Callousness.The music video shows the band performing in a room with bright lighting whilst a woman walks in and starts using a computer to create a synthesizing sequence whilst Johnny Santos is plugged into a computer. Then robots start to appear in the room

Syracuse
Syracuse, as a place name, may refer to:In Italy:* Syracuse, Sicily* the Province of SyracuseIn the United States:* Syracuse, New York* Syracuse, Indiana* Syracuse, Kansas* Syracuse, Missouri* Syracuse, Nebraska* Syracuse, Ohio* Syracuse, Utah

Syria (etymology)
The name Syria is Latinized from the Greek .Herodotus used it loosely to refer to Cappadocia .In Greek usage, Syria and Assyria were used almost interchangeably, but in the Roman Empire, Syria and Assyria came to be used as distinct geographical terms. "Syria" in the Roman Empire period referred to "those parts of the Empire situated between Asia Minor and Egypt", i.e

Syria (Roman province)
Syria was a Roman province, annexed in 64 BC by Pompey, as a consequence of his military presence after pursuing victory in the Third Mithridatic War. It remained under Roman, and subsequently Byzantine, rule for seven centuries, until 637 when it fell to the Islamic conquests.- Principate :The Syrian army accounted for three legions of the Roman army, defending the Parthian border

Syrian (band)
Syrian is an Italian synthpop band, formed by Andylab and Voyager .-Discography:* 2003: No Atmosphere * 2003: De-Synchronized * 2004: Space Overdrive

Syrian Arab News Agency
The Syrian Arab News Agency is a news agency in Syria. It is a state media organisation linked to the Ministry of Information. It was established in 1965.

Syrinx
In classical mythology, Syrinx was a nymph and a follower of Artemis, known for her chastity. Pursued by the amorous Greek god Pan, she ran to the river's edge and asked for assistance from the river nymphs. In answer, she was transformed into hollow water reeds that made a haunting sound when the god's frustrated breath blew across them

Syrinx (band)
Syrinx was a Canadian electronic music group active from 1970 to 1972. Their song, "Tillicum", received national attention as the theme music for the television series Here Come the Seventies.-Members:* John Mills-Cockell - keyboards