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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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Berrington said that the co-ordinated approach, which is currently in the President's plan, "is not the co-ordinated approach that we would ultimately like to see the legislation adopt.
Steve Ball says: "Co-Ordinated Surveys is a highly-skilled and experienced operation and its software-writing abilities, which we used with our quarrying and mining laser measurement products at MDL, are the industry gold standard."
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.
26 ( ANI ): The BBC, in a statement, has said that shortwave frequencies carrying its English language broadcasts were being blocked deliberately, adding that the extensive and co-ordinated efforts are indicative of a "well-resourced country such as China".
The General Secretary of Unite, Len McCluskey, has warned that government spending cuts may lead to co-ordinated strike action by the end of this year and also in the run-up to the general election in 2015:
Summary: The two biggest teachers' unions are threatening co-ordinated strikes in the autumn over jobs, pensions, workload and pay.
UNION activists will discuss calls for co-ordinated industrial action in protest at the Government's controversial policies on pensions and spending cuts when the TUC Congress is held in a few weeks time.
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.
The assessor's visit was co-ordinated by Helen Jowitt, who has also been awarded NVQ level 4 in business administration.
The ministers from the 16-country currency bloc said in a statement: "It [the Eurogroup] clarified the technical modalities enabling a decision on co-ordinated action and which could be activated swiftly in the case of need."