coordination[ koh-awr-dn-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF coordination
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COORDINATION
And we'll add everything I know of coordination, synthesis, and perception.
Muscles refused to move other than in coordination with the music.
The actual process of coordination is the supreme and eternal difficulty.
The scope of coordination (to use our prior terminology) is extremely limited.
But some activities are broad; they involve a coordination of many factors.
There is an unfortunate lack of coordination of religious agencies in Negro colleges.
Presents the results of exhaustive research and the coordination of facts by an historian of broad intellect and vision.
During the indoctrination period you will do a very simple routine job in coordination with the cybernetics machines.
It used the new methods of determining reaction times, and testing the coordination of mind and body.
When down, the body and limbs are moved convulsively, but there is no power of coordination of movement in the muscles.