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  • v. Present participle of co-ordinate.

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Examples

  • 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.

    Libya: Allied air strikes secure Misrata for rebels

  • 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.

    Country diary: Waddock Cross, Dorset

  • 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.

    Occupy Wall Street: Zuccotti Park re-opens - as it happened

  • 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.

    Mexican interior secretary dies in helicopter crash

  • 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.

    Turkey blamed after defector is returned to Syria

  • 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.

    Atlantic Odyssey transatlantic rowing bid fails as boat capsizes

  • 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.

    NHS reforms: the plans and the results so far

  • 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."

    Lords inflict triple welfare bill defeat on government

  • 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.

    South Carolina primary – Monday 16 January

  • 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.

    Eurozone: Cut to the core | Editorial

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