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performed in equal times

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  • isochronous — Occurring during the same time. * * * isoch·ro·nous (i sokґrə nəs) [iso + chrono + ous] 1. performed in equal times; said of motions, vibrations, or waves occurring at the same time and being equal in duration. 2. of ciliary beating,… …   Medical dictionary

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