harmonization

  1. a piece of harmonized music
  2. singing in harmony

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harmonization

[n] - a piece of harmonized music 2. [n] - singing in harmony
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Harmonization

Har`mo·ni·za'tion (här`mo*nĭ*zā'shŭn) noun The act of harmonizing.
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harmonization

harmonisation noun singing in harmony
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Harmonization

• (n.) The act of harmonizing.
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harmonization

harmonization, harmonisation 1. A piece of harmonized music. 2. Singing in harmony. 3. In international law, the process whereby different countries adopt the same laws. 4. The changing of government regulations and practices, as a result of an international agreement, to make those of different countries the same or more compatible. For example...
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Harmonization

1. The changing of government regulations and practices, as a result of an international agreement, to make those of different countries the same or more compatible. 2. In the case of tariffs, this means making tariff rates more similar across industries and/or across countries.
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Harmonization

In music, harmonization is the chordal accompaniment to a line or melody: `Using chords and melodies together, making harmony by stacking scale tones as triads`. A harmonized scale can be created by using each note of a musical scale as a root note for a chord and then by taking other tones within the scale building the rest of a chord. For exam.....
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Harmonization

The adjustment of a gun and sight of an aircraft so that when within effective range, the tracking index will indicate the impact point of the bullets.
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Harmonization

The process of establishment, recognition, and application of internationally recognized measures or
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