Did you mayhaps mean coordination?
- n. alternative spelling of coordination.
“So enraged was she by his comments that she lost all control of her mind-speech co-ordination.”
“Choreographed in collaboration with Ko Murobushi, one of Japan's leading butoh masters, it displays the skills of Bartabas as rider and performer, as well as his skill as a trainer, and his horses display astonishing levels of stillness, co-ordination and control.”
“It also allows for much more effective global co-ordination.”
“Such regional shortfalls have been accentuated by a stunning lack of effective multilateral co-ordination.”
“There is a role of co-ordination and communication to tie the private security teams together in a way they can trust.”
“Access to the site was sometimes "slow", fire crews had to be escorted, and hourly co-ordination meetings could include up to 40 people.”
“Two inquiries called for better co-ordination between emergency services and made modest suggestions about gun licence checks, but otherwise largely concluded that an exceptional crisis had been dealt with as capably as anyone could expect.”
“Hermès has addressed the vexing issue of color co-ordination by allowing the wearer to change the straps with a minimum of fuss.”
“The co-ordination of physical with spiritual beauty is very strong in normal men, and so it was with Vance Corliss.”
“His parts were strong, but they lacked co-ordination.”
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