coordinating

[ adjective, noun koh-awr-dn-it, -dn-eyt; verb koh-awr-dn-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF coordinating
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Coordinating the biggest parade in New York's history is not easy.

What did not change is the structure of the coordinating mechanism.

The problem was coordinating his body to act on those instructions.

Moreover, the coordinating spirit of the age has touched the minds of some.

It is also the seat of many reflex, automatic, and coordinating centers.

The singing of the male and the calling of the female serve as signals, coordinating the exchange.

That some coordinating influence would be required we may take for granted.

There is still no possibility of coordinating postal facilities with express facilities.

It functions as a coordinating agency in such things as running the national elections.

He's on the Starship Project, coordinating engineer of the whole works out there.

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