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Synonyms for synesthesia

a sensation that normally occurs in one sense modality occurs when another modality is stimulated

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The factory - owned by arms company Synthesia - is the world's biggest producer of Semtex and is based in the Czech town of Pardubice.
Other developments have recently been in aromascience, or the temporary effects of aromatherapy-type products on emotion, and synthesia, the relation between the senses and the color of packages to match an aroma.
Gay, Tosoh; "Rigid polyurethane foams modified with vegetable oil-based polyols," Aleksander Prociak, Cracow University of Technology; "Water-blown polyisocyanurate foams from vegetable oil (oleochemicals) polyols," Uldis Stima, Ugis Cabulis and Ilze Beverte, Latvian Institute of Wood Chemistry; "Novel spray foam development," Josep Gimeno, Jesus Santamaria and Carlos Fernandez-Liamazares, Synthesia Espanola SA; "New surfactants for Pentane-blown rigid foams able to minimize surface voids for continuous and discontinuous technologies," Pierre Chaffanjon, Vittorio Bonapersona and Kunj Mehta, GE Silicones; and "Computational techniques for benchmarking OCF cell structures and textures," Dr.
Synthesia, a division of Aliachem, is prepared to start the production of diketopyrrolopyrrole (DPP) reds at its pigments and dyes plant in Pardubice, the Czech Republic.
and the write-off of in-process research and development expenses related to its merger with Synthesia AB.