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Synonyms for coordinate

to combine and adapt in order to attain a particular effect

Synonyms for coordinate

a number that identifies a position relative to an axis

bring order and organization to

bring into common action, movement, or condition

be co-ordinated

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bring (components or parts) into proper or desirable coordination correlation

of equal importance, rank, or degree

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For the terminals, the co-ordinators include LUKoil, Yukos, Rosneft's trading arm Rosnefteimpex, and Eastern Oil Co.
The sessions also offered a platform for teachers and co-ordinators to explore the programme content -- its learning resources and activities -- and obtain hands-on experience on how to apply and fully utilise the system features.
All co-ordinators will be pleased to know that it is business as usual for the Cardiff East Neighbourhood Watch Association.
Co-ordinators say that the work volunteers do with the families is invaluable.
The work of the growing army of Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinators across the region was praised by Durham Assistant Chief Constable Michael Barton, Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) regional spokesman.
POLICE chiefs across the region have publicly praised the "priceless" crime-fighting work of the growing army of unpaid Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinators.
Kubashini Chaonsri and Tenielle Verwoerd have joined The Legacy Falcon Hotel, in Chapel Street, as sales co-ordinators.
SOLIHULL Council's Neighbourhood Co-ordinators joined park rangers this week to tidy up Cole Bank Park in Chelmsley Wood.
On Oct 13-15, more than 40 people gathered in Fredericton for a regional gathering of those involved in the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) as diocesan and parish co-ordinators and as people who take seriously our call as Christ's servants to minister to one another.
Sir - The extremely misleading coverage in the Western Mail regarding the Welsh Baccalaureate on October 19 prompts us, as and on behalf of head teachers, principals and co-ordinators of centres involved in the pilot, to write this letter.
How does this fit in with the Government's promise that regional co-ordinators would be on hand locally to provide schools, education authorities and parents with practical help, advice and support in dealing with bullying?
The Assembly Government road safety grant will allow the Vale of Glamorgan Council to deliver road safety projects including 20mph zones, local road safety co-ordinators and educational initiatives.
The awards were presented to creative arts co-ordinators Rebecca Lambert, of the Infant and Nursery School and Pat Highfield, of the Junior School, at a ceremony at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in Leeds.
He said the cash would go towards the cost of outreach co-ordinators, running the centre's minibus, and for outings.
Chief Supt Kevin Lambert, South Tyneside area commander, has targeted over 500 scheme co-ordinators covering almost 22,000 homes to tell them about policing issues and hear their views.