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operating as a unit

being dexterous in the use of more than one set of muscle movements

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intentionally matched

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In Baghdad, Iraq on March 5th -- At the historic Shabandar Cafe on al-Mutanabbi street -- Coordinated by the poet/activist Amal Al-Jubouri and her Soutuna project
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C 5310 be included in a Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (Coordinated Plan) developed in compliance with A*5310.
Contact tracing, issuing verbal quarantine orders and instructions, and delivering news to the public were generally well coordinated.
A mix of interrelated reasons makes coordinated attacks appealing to terrorist groups.
Since 1963, the DEC has coordinated fundraising in connection with more than 30 critical humanitarian situations in Africa and Asia.
In fact, some local areas that have overcome existing obstacles and successfully coordinated the services offered by federal programs and others available in their area have realized improved customer service and substantial cost savings.
The better solution by far would be a coordinated global growth strategy in which Europe and Japan adopted both the structural reforms and macroeconomic policy changes needed to achieve the much faster growth of which they are capable.
According to Ed Malloy, president of the Building and Construction Trades Council, who helped draft the bill, the Coordinated Construction Act was created to ensure a speedy construction process.
The fabric used for cubicle curtains and borders also can be requested for window treatments or bedspreads, for a completely coordinated soft-goods package.
To be sure, the idea of global taxes isn't new, but over the last four years or so, several global tax proposals have acquired dangerous new political momentum, thanks to the coordinated efforts of the internationalist establishment and the relentless "pressure from below" being applied by a phalanx of non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
Because of the tremendous amount of visibility HCA missions receive in the host country, maximizing on the impact through coordinated information plans and public affairs efforts is a force multiplier that enhances the operational and strategic-theater objectives of the mission.
HFN REPORT-Shopping for coordinated bath on the Internet should be a breeze for consumers, with the technology's ability not only to picture coordinated groupings of bath products in an appealing setting, but to whisk consumers to mix-and-match products in the blink of a hyperlink.
The Stanford digital library working paper (Reich & Winograd, 1995) defines a digital library as a coordinated collection of services that are based on collections of materials, some of which may not be directly under the control of the organization providing a service in which they play a role.
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