desynchronise


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cause to become desynchronized

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As regards the latter point, the fact that Russia was among the few able (and/or willing) to desynchronise domestic monetary policy cycle from the global one speaks tons about the commitment to move to inflation targeting.
Increasingly since the second oil price shock, however, more regional forces and divergent policy adjustments have worked to desynchronise business cycles in the area.
This desynchronises the heart muscle contraction and reduces the heart's efficiency and performance.
He added: "Understanding the molecular mechanism of how eating at the wrong time of the day desynchronises the clocks in our body can facilitate the development of better treatments for disorders associated with night-eating syndrome, shift work and jet lag.
3) These dormant areas have no typical location, vary from patient to patient and have slow-wave rhythmic electrical activity which desynchronises after Zolpidem treatment.