entrain verb [ trans. ]

1 (of a current or fluid) incorporate and sweep along in its flow.

• cause or bring about as a consequence : the triumph of a revolution was measured in terms of the social revision it entrained.

2 Biology (of a rhythm or something that varies rhythmically) cause (another) gradually to fall into synchronism with it.

• [ intrans. ] ( entrain to) fall into synchronism with (something) in such a way.



entrainment noun
ORIGIN mid 16th cent.(in the sense [bring on as a consequence] ): from French entraîner, from en- ‘in’ + traîner ‘to drag.’

(also the name of a song on van morrison’s record which comes out soon….)

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texas town hall, austin

hillary wins texas

so, are we glad about the outcome? is it what you were hoping for? 😉 wonder what shep would say….