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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of co-ordinate.

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Examples

  • It adds that industrial action would be strengthened if the TUC called co-ordinated action, starting with a one-day public sector general strike in the autumn.

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  • The unions are planning co-ordinated strikes, possibly to the autumn.

    Ed Miliband sets out reform agenda and says: Labour cannot go on like this

  • Mr Haddad, now retired from the diplomatic service, adds that any suggestion that he co-ordinated the work of Syrian secret police and the Stasi "bears no credibility whatsoever" These 'refugees' are just visiting family in Turkey, says spin doctor, 11 June, page 19.

    Corrections and clarifications

  • We do need policy that will dramatically alter the directing we take if not we risk returning back to where we are now in 10 years time because nobody genuinely believes the Tories will properly regulate the City (after all, their fundraising efforts are co-ordinated by hedge fund managers) whilst genuine policy breakthroughs like those outlined by IDS the other day on welfare do not seem to have been welcomed with open arms.

    Why Nick Clegg is right about the Tory con trick

  • Overall this late night (co-ordinated?) defence of Ms Smith seems like I have hit a nerve.

    Final Tory Tabloid from Norwich North

  • The TUC hosted a meeting of union officials earlier Friday to discuss a co-ordinated response to the government's plans and issues facing public sector workers like the pay freeze, job cuts and attacks on pensions.

    U.K.'s Cameron Defends Austerity Path

  • Over the last few days they have run a co-ordinated campaign of smears and innuendoes almost Goebbelsian in its mendacity against Carwyn Jones.

    Plaid's agenda exposed

  • Anonymous has denied it co-ordinated those attacks.

    Spain Arrests Three in Sony Site Attack

  • It takes a sophisticated and co-ordinated approach – which has to start by getting people off the streets and into designated building-based services where they can receive the support they need.

    Letter: Indoor soup runs in Westminster

  • Behind the scenes there is now widespread acceptance that the dispute will end in industrial action, but tactics and timings for co-ordinated strikes beyond 30 June have yet to be agreed, with some favouring joint action while others want sector by sector strikes.

    Furious unions threaten strikes as minister springs pensions surprise

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