unison

  1. corresponding exactly
  2. occurring together or simultaneously
  3. (music) two or more sounds or tones at the same pitch or in octaves

UNISON

UNISON is the second largest trade union in the United Kingdom with almost 1.3 million members. The union was formed in 1993 when three public sector trade unions, the National and Local Government Officers Association (NALGO), the National Union of Public Employees (NUPE) and the Confederation of Health Service Employees (COHSE) merged. UNISON`s....
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Unison

• (n.) Identity in pitch; coincidence of sounds proceeding from an equality in the number of vibrations made in a given time by two or more sonorous bodies. Parts played or sung in octaves are also said to be in unison, or in octaves. • (n.) Sounding alone. • (n.) A single, unvaried. • (n.) Sounded alike in pitch; unisonant; uni...
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unison

noun corresponding exactly; `marching in unison`
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Unison

[collaboration software] Unison is collaboration software that provides private group spaces, `rooms`, to teams. It was developed by Unison Technologies, Inc., of New York City, which promotes the software as a faster alternative to group email or enterprise social networks. Functionality includes instant messaging, voice and video chat, an...
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Unison

[file synchronizer] Unison is a file synchronization program. It is used for synchronizing files between two directories, either on one computer, or between a computer and another storage device (e.g. another computer, or a removable disc). It runs on Unix-like operating systems (including Linux, Mac OS X, and Solaris) and Windows as well a...
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Unison

[Usenet client] Unison is a shareware Mac OS X client for Usenet, developed by Panic Software. It supports binary downloading (including NZB support), group browsing and segmenting and error checking utilities. Unison won the Apple Design Award for Best Mac OS X User experience in 2004, as well as being a runner-up in the `Best product` cat...
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Unison

[video] Unison is Celine Dion`s first home video, released on VHS on July 2, 1991. It includes the music videos from her English debut album Unison. This collection features never before used version of `Calling You,` previously unreleased version of Dion`s breakthrough hit `Where Does My Heart Beat Now` (Canadian black-and-white version mi...
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UNISON

Britain's largest trade union with 1,343,000 members (2006): 944,356 female, and 398,644 male. It was formed on 1 July 1993 by the merging of the National Union of Public Employees (NUPE), the Confederation of Health Service Employees, and the National Local Government Officers Association (NALGO). Its general secretary from 2001 is Dave Pr...
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UNISON

Britain's largest trade union with 1,368,796 members (1998): 966,370 female, and 402,426 male. It was formed on 1 July 1993 by the merging of the National Union of Public Employees (NUPE), the...
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UNISON

British labour union, an affiliate of the Trades Union Congress, the national organization of British trade unions. UNISON was created in 1993 ...
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Unison

Giant public sector trade union that represents more than 1m workers in the local government, health, community and voluntary sectors. Has taken critical line on the government's plans for modernising public services and opposes initiatives such as the private finance initiative.
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Unison

HMS Unison was a British Ursula Class submarine of 540 tons displacement launched in the early 1940s. She was armed with one small gun and six 21-inch torpedo tubes in the bow. She had a top speed of 11.25 knots surfaced and 10 knots submerged and carried a complement of 27.
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Unison

In music, the term unison describes a coincidence of sounds proceeding from an equality in the number of vibrations made in a given time by two or more sonorous bodies. Parts played or sung in octaves are also said to be in unison, or in octaves. If two cords of the same substance have equal length, thickness, and tension, they are said to be in un...
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Unison

In music, unison is used to describe an identity of pitch. When two or more tones are sounding at th
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Unison

In pipe bands, the term unison normally refers to how closely melody players are playing together.
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Unison

Interval between two notes of the same pitch
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unison

occurring together or simultaneously
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unison

occurring together or simultaneously
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unison

occurring together or simultaneously
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Unison

Several performers, instruments or sound sources that are sounding at the same time and with the same pitch.
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unison

several players in a group are to play exactly the same notes within their written part, as opposed to splitting simultaneous notes among themselves.
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UNISON

The Union for Local Government Employees
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Unison

To play the same melody using two or more different instruments or voices.
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Unison

Two or more voices or instruments playing the same note simultaneously.
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