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noun as in logistics

noun as in orientation


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There is a serious coordination problem of achieving reform in existing corporations.

From Fortune

I think he’s done a tremendous amount of good in Japan not just by the stability and the consistency of the grip of power, but by really…the coordination.

From Fortune

It doesn’t hurt that this is the first crisis of the digital workflow era, when Slack, Zoom, and Airtable make complex coordination easy.

From Eater

Here in California, we have also had great success with this model of interagency coordination at Lake Tahoe.

She saw how their coordination and speech lagged behind that of their peers.

In the classic skillset of piloting, mental acuity, and its coordination with hand and foot movements, is equally vital.

The absence of command and control means there is only haphazard combat coordination on the ground.

Additionally, there is little to no cooperation or coordination with moderate rebel forces and the U.S. military.

Check out this Android app designed by Code4HK for the coordination of Occupy Central!

Because there is no coordination, we are seeing civilian casualties.

We need a coordination of all the forces that make for social amelioration in modern life to correct present false impressions.

There is a curious lack of coordination between the formula as printed on the label and that given in the literature.

Improvement in public health requires cooperation and coordination of all these.

It used the new methods of determining reaction times, and testing the coordination of mind and body.

Its defeat had been accomplished by exceptional daring, combined with a skillful coordination of Confederate commands.

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On this page you'll find 244 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coordination, such as: allocation, allotment, analysis, arrangement, designation, and distribution.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.