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  • noun

Antonyms for coordination

the skillful and effective interaction of movements

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the regulation of diverse elements into an integrated and harmonious operation

the grammatical relation of two constituents having the same grammatical form

being of coordinate importance, rank, or degree

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In this respect, the members of the co-ordination expressed their deep condolences to the family of the young shepherd beheaded by the terrorists in the delegation of Jelma of the governorate of Sidi Bouzid.
They stressed the importance of reinforcing Arab solidarity, at this important stage, to meet the challenges witnessed by the region, which require intensifying consultation and co-ordination.
This platform of co-ordination meetings allows us to improve the joint struggle against organized crime and developing common approaches to amend existing legislation and refine current practices, said Pavel Khalashnyuk, the head of Police Affairs at the OSCE Centre in Bishkek.
The meeting reviewed the co-ordination mechanisms between the ministerial committee and executive office of the GCC Ministerial Council of Labour Ministers.
and undersigned by Arif Khan Advocate, ex MNA and member of central co-ordination committee-MQM; Adbul Qadir Khanzada ex-MNA and member of central co-ordination committee-MQM and Shabbir Qaim Khani ex-MPA and Sindh and Member of central co-ordination committee-MQM.
The Co-ordination Committee said that the K-Electric management should ensure that faults are cleared within a reasonable time as prolonged power outages could lead to law and order situation in the city.
In a statement, the Co-ordination Committee said that the ratio of deaths of motorcyclists in road accidents was growing at a very high pace mainly due to brain injuries and it was a good step to ensure that concerned segments are made to ensure safety of their lives as well as those of others.
A long campaign by protest group National Coastguard SOS to resist reorganisation of the coastal rescue network by the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) failed to stop the closure of similar coastguard rescue co-ordination centres at Solent, Portland, Liverpool and Brixham with the Thames Coastguard station due to close in June.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) have said that the UK's air rescue co-ordination centre is to be moved from Scotland to the south coast of England.
The New Zealand-led CTF-151 then took control of the search and rescue effort as it co-ordinated with the Yemen Rescue Co-ordination Centre, Turkish Frigate TCG Gemlik, Japanese warship JS Takanami, and Japanese P3 Orion Maritime Patrol Reconnaissance Aircraft.
Opening remarks: VIP's listen to the First Minister's speech by live link Gareth Roberts, Police IT technician and Bob Wilson, of the Civil Protection Solutions Ltd at the new Police Strategic Co-Ordination Centre Police HQ Colwyn Bay.
Among men, it seems, historically at any rate, that processes of co-ordination and disintegration follow each other with great regularity, and the index of the co-ordination is the measure of the disintegration which follows.
Ziggurat Systems is providing 3D modeling and co-ordination for the $21 million Grand Central Station renovations, which include a new employee facility and public tennis coups in the station's annex.
Safer Middlesbrough Partnership co-ordination and development support officer Matt Fowler said: "I can fully recommend these courses to anyone who is passionate about raising their own awareness about the benefits of diversity and inclusion in communities and organisations.
Mr Power called for better co-ordination between all the relevant state bodies.