Did you perhaps mean coordinators?
- n. Plural form of co-ordinator.
“Any attempt to reduce the number of Diversity outreach co-ordinators will result in failure, because it suits the Aparatchiks 'purpose to fire front line service providors rather than administrators in the long bureaucratic tail.”
“It's not about donor cards, registers or "presumed consent" but about the teams of transplant co-ordinators in every hospital.”
“At that point, the transplant co-ordinators will go to see the family.”
“Where once wewould have simply deployed reporters on the ground, now we were alsolive blogging information sourced from social media and employing community co-ordinators to wade through the 1000 plus comments on the articles and re-publish the best ones above the line in a myriad of forms, from Q&As to comment articles.”
“Rescue co-ordinators are classifying the miners into three groups: the able, the weak and the strong.”
“CIMB and Deutsche Bank are joint global co-ordinators and bookrunners.”
“The group has appointed Citigroup, DBS and Goldman Sachs global co-ordinators on the offer.”
“Citigroup and JPMorgan are the global co-ordinators and bookrunners for the deal.”
“Citigroup Inc and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. are the global co-ordinators and bookrunners for the deal.”
“Then around midnight the flotilla co-ordinators appeared to become worried and Lubna Masarwa, a Palestinian Israeli on board the Marmara issued a series of urgent messages via Twitter.”
Looking for tweets for co-ordinators.