Definition of Synergisms

1. synergism [n] - See also: synergism



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Synergisms

syneresis
synergetic
synergetically
synergia
synergias
synergic
synergically
synergid
synergids
synergies
synergise
synergised
synergises
synergising
synergism
synergisms (current term)
synergist
synergistic
synergistically
synergists
synergize
synergized
synergizes
synergizing
synergy
synes
syneses
synesis
synesises
synesthesia

Literary usage of Synergisms

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Medical Implications of Nuclear War by Fredric Solomon, Robert Q. Marston (1986)
"It seems likely that, under these conditions, epidemics and pandemics would rage. There are many other examples. synergisms have not at all ..."

2. The Oceanic Circle: Governing the Seas As a Global Resource by Elisabeth Mann Borgese (1998)
"None of them exactly achieved what had been intended with the IOI proposal: ie, on the one hand, to generate synergisms by mobilizing investments jointly ..."

3. Life in the Universe: An Assessment of the U.S. and International Programs by Committee On The Origins And E, ebrary, Inc (2003)
"Here, interaction between the two agencies is likely to generate synergisms contemplated by neither. Recommendation In view of the potential value for the ..."

4. Making Things Better: Competing in Manufacturing (1993)
"The Japanese Government and electronics industry are well aware of the synergisms and do their best to exploit them.95 The same is increasingly true in the ..."

5. Eco-Restructuring; Implications for Sustainable Development by Robert U. Ayres, Paul Michael Weaver (1998)
"guidelines by introducing the following major characteristics of sustainable agro-systems: • cautious use of all natural synergisms possible at the specific ..."

6. The Medical Implications of Nuclear War by Fredric Solomon, Robert Q. Marston (1986)
"It seems likely that, under these conditions, epidemics and pandemics would rage. There are many other examples. synergisms have not at all ..."

7. The Oceanic Circle: Governing the Seas As a Global Resource by Elisabeth Mann Borgese (1998)
"None of them exactly achieved what had been intended with the IOI proposal: ie, on the one hand, to generate synergisms by mobilizing investments jointly ..."

8. Life in the Universe: An Assessment of the U.S. and International Programs by Committee On The Origins And E, ebrary, Inc (2003)
"Here, interaction between the two agencies is likely to generate synergisms contemplated by neither. Recommendation In view of the potential value for the ..."

9. Making Things Better: Competing in Manufacturing (1993)
"The Japanese Government and electronics industry are well aware of the synergisms and do their best to exploit them.95 The same is increasingly true in the ..."

10. Eco-Restructuring; Implications for Sustainable Development by Robert U. Ayres, Paul Michael Weaver (1998)
"guidelines by introducing the following major characteristics of sustainable agro-systems: • cautious use of all natural synergisms possible at the specific ..."

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