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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.
[see coordination]
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The sessions, held at the Community College in Qatar, offered a platform for teachers and co-ordinators to obtain hands-on experience of how to fully use the programme.
He said: "The co-ordinator has been able to support us from the initial concept of moving into a business hub in Wrexham to making it a reality.
If you can help find a location or would like to volunteer as a collection box co-ordinator, please call us on 0870 600 2323.
Rachel Kitayama-Moore, Pacific Uplift/New Zealand co-ordinator, Auckland
The conference offered co-ordinators the chance to attend workshops around issues such as Lone Working, Work-Life Balance, Recruiting Volunteers and Training, to name a few.
The first stages include hiring a project co-ordinator and to begin developing the curriculum for the program, which will be accessed by a Web site.
A NEW feature of the Careers Enterprise and Jobs Fair is a competition to find Scotland's Career Co-ordinator of the Year.
The co-ordinators set export entitlements in accord with both the government and the exporting companies.
The workshops were attended by 80 technology teachers and co-ordinators from 43 international schools, 95 co-ordinators of Arabic and English from independent schools, 62 female students and six doctors from the Community College of Qatar (CCQ).
Under Terry Flynn it has continued to provide leadership and guidance to co-ordinators in the east of the city, and will continue to do so.
Scheme Manager Theresa Burke and the co-ordinators are gearing up to recruit new volunteers for their September 2010 preparation course.
THE Guide Dogs for the Blind Association is seeking local volunteers to become counter-top collection box co-ordinators, supporting the charity's 'Every Penny Counts' campaign.