Did you perchance mean coordinating?
- v. present participle of co-ordinate.
“Hueber found himself in difficulty when questioned about whether the US was co-ordinating its attacks with rebel forces, which might be in breach of the UN mandate.”
“We saw the humidity-controlled cold store, and the office that handles what is now The Watercress Company's modern operation supplying supermarkets all year, and co-ordinating supplies from Alresford in Hampshire and, in winter, from Spain and Florida too.”
“The video shows protesters, accompanied by news media, entering the lobby en masse.9.23pm: More on the story I quoted at 6.05pm about potential FBI involvement in co-ordinating the various Occupy crackdowns.”
“That put him in charge of co-ordinating domestic policies including security, human rights, migration and the president's relation with the legislature and opposition parties.”
“Gunfire resounded through part of the Syrian capital, Damascus, on Thursday where the local co-ordinating committees, which act as an umbrella group for the opposition, say up to five were killed.”
“A cargo ship was expected to reach the men – five Britons and one Irishman – in the early hours of Tuesday morning, according to coastguards in Falmouth, Cornwall, who are co-ordinating the rescue with authorities in Martinique.”
“What it doesHeaded by the chief executive of the English NHS, Sir David Nicholson, the new independent NHS board was originally envisaged as having a slim co-ordinating role at the centre.”
“At present, there are nine central government departments and 152 local authorities administering 30 different means-tested benefits, yet there is no one body responsible for co-ordinating means-testing across government," she said.”
“Journalists were naturally keen to find out why, after criticising Romney so strongly in earlier public forums, Huntsman now believed he was the best candidate.12.08pm: The comedian Stephen Colbert last week handed control of his super pac Americans for a Better Tomorrow Tomorrow to his Comedy Central cohort Jon Stewart, in order to circumvent campaign finance rules that prevent candidates from co-ordinating with campaign committees.”
“If its disparate nations could only make common commitments to creditors, take common responsibility for co-ordinating themselves and submit to common disciplines, then the emergency would be over.”
Looking for tweets for co-ordinating.