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Synonyms for ordinate

the value of a coordinate on the vertical axis

appoint to a clerical posts

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

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The Ordinate tests will be bundled with TeleDevelopment's other language training and development services and marketed under the brand name of ProSpeak (Professional Spoken English Assessment Kit).
The first index corresponds to integer abscissa [xi], second-to ordinate [eta].
We are proud to provide this important service to the Dutch government," commented Jared Bernstein, president of Ordinate Corp.
SET tests are administered by telephone and scored by Ordinate speech recognition technology.
Ordinate Corporation is the first company to develop a completely automated method for evaluating spoken language proficiency based on advanced speech recognition technology.
Ordinate Corporation, a privately held company, was founded in 1996 to develop advanced language testing systems based on new techniques for using speech recognition to score spoken language proficiency.
The Technovation Award recognizes Ordinate and TeleDevelopment for their commitment to the call center industry internationally, as well as their commitment to providing quality service.
New Language Testing Service From Ordinate, Menlo Park, California Now
The Versant line of spoken language tests is powered by Ordinate technology that was developed by Ordinate Corp.
The brand name Versant reflects both the versatility of the Ordinate technology and the functionality of the Versant products," said Gail Ribalta, vice president of marketing for Harcourt Assessment.
They are administered over the telephone and scored by the Ordinate testing system using Ordinate's patented technology.
The Ordinate Spoken Spanish Test is currently being used as a quick and efficient way to assess ability in everyday spoken Spanish.