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- v. Present participle of coordinate.
- adj. of something which coordinates
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- adj. joining together words or phrases of equal grammatical rank.
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- adj. serving to connect two grammatical constituents of identical construction
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The social worker works with healthcare workers and school systems in coordinating psychosocial services, providing psychosocial and emotional support for patients, families, and healthcare workers working with dying children.
If you are interested in coordinating rides to Greeley from the Denver-Metro area, please contact Kelly Costello at 303-839-5204 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If we have to, we can use this group to begin coordinating a direct citizenry attack on Conlin's claim to 'power' here, and show him that he's just a cog in the greater wheel.
The result is a team of professionals dedicated to assisting the referring physician in coordinating the care of children with complex illnesses.
It also cites his leadership in coordinating aircraft flybys in parades.
As such, there is value in coordinating our language, and providing some basic guidelines that emerge based on behavior — so that we can encode more meaning into these little blips of communication.
At Obama's urging last year, the G-20 assumed a central role in coordinating world economic policy, a change that captured both the president's commitment to multilateralism and the urgent need for action to pull the global economy out of a deep recession.
His office said Iowa will take the lead in coordinating with about 40 other states investigating allegations of mishandled foreclosures.
Bob has showed terrible judgment in coordinating his fundraising with the RGA.
Robert H. Page MD and Curtis P. Page MD, authors of travel health guidebooks, assist in coordinating elective procedures in Mexico.