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- n. One who coordinates.
- n. a lexical class of words that joins words, phrases, and clauses at the same syntactic level.
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- n. someone whose task is to see that work goes harmoniously
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To begin with, the label coordinator, Jessika, met them in the lobby of the hotel wearing skin-tight leather from head to toe.
We're still looking for a place; actually, my housing coordinator is at a place as I type.
And lest we forget, junior MLB Carmen Messina — the nation's leading tackler last season — also should be improved with a year under his belt in coordinator Doug Mallory's scheme.
Our Center coordinator is your personal liaison with the team and will help you by:
He thrived in coordinator Dom Capers 'newly installed 3-4 defense by filling a variety of roles.
The new coordinator is counting on Lewis and Pro Bowl free safety Ed Reed to continue the tradition of stout defenses that Ryan developed and to pass on their principles to young players such as linebacker Tavares Gooden (Scott's likely successor) and newcomers such as cornerback Domonique Foxworth and rookie pass rusher Paul Kruger, who can learn a thing or two by watching Suggs operate off the edge.
LeBeau, the Pittsburgh Steelers 'defensive coordinator, is better known for his coaching impact and winner of two Super Bowl rings, he was one the
In the last part of the article, it says that changing "project manager" to "project coordinator" is acceptable, as does this LH article.
Although Haslett, a onetime Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator, is well versed in the principles of the Steelers 'effective 3-4, on which the Redskins' new scheme is based in large part, he's not tied to doing things that way.
The Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator is in the mix to land a head-coaching gig, keeping with a tradition that saw predecessors Marvin Lewis and Mike Nolan catapult from that office to get teams of their own.
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