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co·or·di·nate

1. Any of the scales or magnitudes that serve to define the position of a point.
2. To perform the act of coordination.
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Co-Ordinated Surveys, founded in 1978 by directors Richard Arrowsmith, Neil Marsden and Bryan Edwards, has nine staff.
The co-ordinated attack came amid a surge in unrest that has claimed more than 6,200 lives this year.
TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady said it was possible action could be co-ordinated, adding that the disputes showed how "out of touch" the Government was.
He added no money went to his wife and JM Consulting has not provided or co-ordinated research services to any other MLA.
Horrocks said that the deliberate and co-ordinated efforts by authorities in countries such as China and Iran illustrate the significance and importance of the role the BBC undertakes to provide impartial and accurate information to audiences around the world.
Unite was part of the co-ordinated protests on 30 November last year, and earlier this year in response to reforms to public sector pensions.
The two biggest teachers' unions are threatening co-ordinated strikes in the autumn against Government "attacks" on jobs, pensions, workload and pay.
The National Union of Teachers will also press for further co-ordinated action following a one-day strike in June involving up to 750,000 teachers, civil servants and other public sector workers.
Earlier, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) revealed a British Trafalgar-class sub stationed in the Mediterranean fired Tomahawk missiles at air defence targets in Libya as part of a co-ordinated action for the second night in succession.
A New Year's Day attack on a Copt church in Egypt that killed 23 people has raised alarm about the safety of Christians in the Middle East with calls for Europe to come up with a co-ordinated response.
UNIONS warned of co-ordinated strikes and campaigns of civil disobedience to fight the Government's spending cuts amid revelations that more than 200,000 public sector jobs have already been axed or are at risk of being lost.
The assessor's visit was co-ordinated by Helen Jowitt, who has also been awarded NVQ level 4 in business administration.