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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 other defense coordinating element deployed in response to the Southern California wildfires was from Region X in Bothell, Wash.
The coordinating committee discussed suggestions by the managers of the study and adopted measures designed to complete the study by the end of the year as provided in the agreement.
Marcia Brown, director of programs, Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York
Barry: "There can be barriers in many areas of coordinating post-acute care services for the patient.
The training discusses case law, effective investigative techniques, tracing assets through financial institutions, uncovering hidden assets, and coordinating investigations with other law enforcement agencies.
Embracing ongoing improvements by others and integrating them into the Downtown by coordinating traffic flow and setting public space use goals for the benefit of the area.
Creating a coordinating panel was suggested in a $150,000 study by PHH Fantus, a Chicago firm hired by Lancaster and Palmdale and the Lancaster Economic Development Corp.
While few consumers want to beat a pattern into the ground by doing their bed and bath in it, Winn believes there's interest among consumers in coordinating the two rooms by color theme of hardware finishes, starting with drapery hardware and extending to metal waste baskets and tissue baskets and shower curtain rings.
Four-color photos across the top of the gondolas illustrated the coordinating possibilities.
NPRA President Bob Slaughter said, "We commend the Department of Homeland Security and all others who undertook the monumental task of coordinating the protection of the nation's critical infrastructures and key resources.
According to McRae, Croscill does the best job of coordinating products into a shop.
The Clinic will prepare a clinical protocol design for a Phase I/II trial to be conducted at the Clinic and coordinated by the Cleveland Clinic Cardiovascular Coordinating Center (C5).

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