Definitions for "synergy"
the combined healthy action of every organ of a particular system; as, the digestive synergy.
An effect of the interaction of the actions of two agents such that the result of the combined action is greater than expected as a simple additive combination of the two agents acting separately; -- also called synergism.. Opposite to antagonism.
when two different medications work together against an organism to exert an effect greater than the individual medication's effects
Christine Trelane, formerly known as Synergy is a fictional character in the Wildstorm universe. She was created by Jim Lee and Brandon Choi as a member of Stormwatch.
Keywords:  desk, mdash, kvm, mouse, keyboard
Synergy lets you easily share a single mouse and keyboard between multiple computers with different operating systems without special hardware. It's intended for users with multiple computers on their desk since each system uses its own display.
Synergy is a open source computer program for sharing a keyboard and mouse between multiple computers. It is used in situations where you have several PCs, with a monitor connected to each, but only want to have one keyboard and mouse on the desk — similar to a KVM switch without the Video.
Also known as cognitive synergy. This occurs when a given perceived identity is experienced as having incompatible qualities at the same time or in immediate succession. For example: a painting is both a flat canvas and also a three-dimensional scene, a pompous man falling down is both dignified and absurd. In general, synergies are enjoyed in the paratelic state (where they tend to take such form as jokes, artworks, etc.) and disliked in the telic state where they are experienced as dissonances, ambiguities, etc.
the one word above all others which conjures up visions of Nobo boards, stale biscuits, cold coffee and meetings in the Wedgewood Room at the Derby Best Western Midland Hotel.
Synergy is a corporation owned by the Government of Western Australia. It was split from the monolithic vertical monopoly, Western Power, in 2006 during reforms to the state's energy sector. It retails electricity to residents and businesses in the state.
Keywords:  album, spv, trance, february, covenant
Synergy is the first live album by Covenant, released as a stand alone CD in 2000, as well as a CD/DVD set by Spv.
SYNERGY, released on February 27 2002, is the fourth original album by Japanese band M.O.V.E, and the theme for this CD was for the music to be of a trance style. Since the album was so long, five of the songs had to be shortened. Each full-length song can be found on their respective singles, with the exception of LET'S ROCK!!
n]: Bossholese term meaning “energy to sin”; Example: “I haven't hit on an employee in over a week. I need more synergy.” Team Player [n]: What you are not if you dare to disagree with a Bosshole
"behavior of whole systems unpredicted by the separately observed behaviors of any of the system's separate parts or any subassembly of the system's parts." (Buckminster Fuller)
Behavior of Whole Systems Not Predictable from Behavior of Parts
Keywords:  warner, aol, forging, merger, giant
A strategy of synchronizing and actively forging connections between directly related areas of entertainment. For example, the merger of media giant Time Warner with Internet giant AOL was intended to allow content developed for one communication medium (e.g., television) to be re-used, recycled, and reinforced in different media (e.g., film, Internet, etc.).
The formation of a discreet and unified consciousness from any number of smaller, less integrated fragments of consciousness. See "Form Ego."
A result of brain damage that presents with mass movement patterns that are primitive in nature and coupled with spasticity.
Arrangements which are mutually beneficial to the parties involved.
Keywords:  essential, blend, oils, two
a blend of two or more essential oils