coordinated

[ adjective, noun koh-awr-dn-it, -dn-eyt; verb koh-awr-dn-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF coordinated
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The day's march had passed through the phase of coordinated action.

But the whole of active life is a serial and coordinated business.

It is through the medium of the mind that the two must be coordinated.

The forces in all art are the forces of life, coordinated and organised.

He couldn't get his muscles and nerves functioning and coordinated.

And the coordinated brains I promised to destroy—they still exist.

Is it true, Dr. Ku, that your coordinated brains will die, if left in their case?

The case of coordinated brains was brought into the laboratory last.

Each has its function, and they work together as a coordinated whole.

But the way in which they are combined and coordinated about certain basic principles is peculiar to the girl scouts.

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