synchronism [siŋ′krə niz΄əm, sin′krə niz′əm]
[ModL synchronismus < Gr synchronismos < synchronos: see SYNCHRONIZE]
1. the fact or state of being synchronous; simultaneous occurrence
2. a chronological, usually tabular, listing of persons or events in history, showing synchronous existence or occurrence

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