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cause to become desynchronized

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The altered resting position of spinous and lateral acromion may produce trivial length difference with the anterior, middle and posterior deltoid fibres and it will produce a desynchronised pull during elevation.
05) increase in the intensity of the alpha-component against the background of a reduction in the intensity of theta- and beta-components, at the same time as for subjects with a desynchronised EEG the increase in intensity of the alpha-component was only noted in 40% of those studied.
Capacity constraints are likely to limit the ability of domestic firms to meet growing demand in both home and export markets, as it has been the case in periods like the mid 1990s when the business cycle was desynchronised from that of the country's trading partners.
During the second half of the 1980's and the early 1990's, the Danish economy was possibly more desynchronised from Germany than what it is today vis-a-vis the euro area.
No one would deny that these New Year sales follow too hard on the heels of the Old Master auctions in London in December, or that the spring is a far more agreeable time to be in Manhattan--but desynchronised sales must be bad news for buyers.
The most common causes of a phase advance or delay in the sleep / wake rhythm are those associated with jet lag, that is the when the sleep-wake rhythm is desynchronised relative to local time due to crossing several time zones in a short time period during flights; and shift work.
Over the last 15 years, the business cycle in Norway has been desynchronised in relation to cyclical developments in most European countries.
One difference between the last upturn and the present one is that the business cycles of the major economies have become desynchronised over the last five years.
Desynchronised cyclical trends represent a risk factor for the euro area.
Against the background of the desynchronised business cycle, a medium-term objective of practical price stability implies different immediate policy concerns across countries: where recoveries are well established and output gaps are diminishing rapidly there is a need to ensure that the disinflation gains of recent years are not threatened, while in countries where the output gap is large and/or rising and where inflation is already low there is a need to nurture the emerging recovery without rekindling inflation.