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Synonyms for concerted

involving the joint activity of two or more

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We must act concertedly and now to avoid continued atrocities on a massive scale.
We may be especially concerned when members of one profession work consistently, and concertedly, to secure such a divided approach.
When the group next convened, the conversation turned more concertedly to PACT as an opportunity for generating valuable assessment data, generally, and concerning candidates' abilities to facilitate learning among diverse populations, specifically.
In addition, Bulgaria's new PM stressed that the efforts of his cabinet will be also concertedly directed at the restoration of proper statehood and rule of law in Bulgaria, which according to him were negatively affected by the governance of Bulgaria's last cabinet (2009-13), chaired by center-right GERB party leader Boyko Borisov.
whose pictures and presentations effectively but concertedly remained within the realm of the tableau, the image, the visual representation, Akasegawa would chart a move into a realm both more material and less tangible: a realm of circulation, of vertiginous semiotic slippages, of naturalized forms of appearance, and of hidden connections.
Charlie Crist, following the election, have publicly acknowledged that Republican Party strategists concertedly limited early voting in Florida to reduce the Democratic turnout.
In the two Congressional efforts investigated in this article, the bureaucracy won, handily evading legislative intent and the power of the purse which were exerted quite concertedly over several annual appropriations cycles.
Ishratul Ebad Khan and Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah Tuesday said that the government and its coalition parties are concertedly serving the people.
The minister praised all levels of government that were "working concertedly to put in place the framework -- the policies and the institutions -- for an economy that relies increasingly on innovation for sustained growth, enhancing competitiveness".
She lauded all levels of government that she noted were, "Working concertedly to put in place the framework-the policies and the institutions for an economy that relies increasingly on innovation for sustained growth, enhancing competitiveness.
These advantages may add up to improved clock function to concertedly promote sound sleep after having experienced a brighter day.
A SESIG Strategic Statement for 2010 - 2012 noted that, firstly, as long as SASOP remains an affiliated organisation to SAMA, and as long as SAMA--through its 'borrowed' Democratic Nursing Organization of South Africa (DENOSA) seat in the public sector bargaining chamber--remains the only representative body for state-employed medical practitioners on public sector remuneration matters, state-employed psychiatrists will have to continue to involve themselves as SESIG and SASOP members with SAMA and its structures much more concertedly, to ensure that state psychiatry and mental health issues in general are addressed.
venture operated concertedly through government and private
Never at ease in postbellum Louisiana and failing to establish himself as a lawyer, notes Lawson, Morphy's premature death at the age of forty-seven "from congestion of the brain" (Lawson 310) merely cemented his legend as a chess player in the popular mind: the aspect of his life he had concertedly tried to leave behind had followed him to the grave.