Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to coordination

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. same as coordinating.
  • adj. Expressing co√∂rdination.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Expressing or indicating co√∂rdination.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. serving to connect two grammatical constituents of identical construction

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Examples

  • I'm typing on a system here that includes products for several dozens different creative companies, with hardware and software and applications of all sorts stitched together through some miracle we call the coordinative power of the market.

    Rational Review

  • The ACC is a mechanism borne out of Executive Order No. 21 creating a "coordinative" and integrated system on internal security.

    Bisaya Bloggers

  • This simulator provides an optimal guidance environment for motor, cognitive as well as coordinative skills acquisition.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Somewhere between the aggression or affection targeted at a present subject but performed for an audience, and the same aggression or affection articulated to an audience about an absent subject, this vocal system of coordinative articulations (of expressive/manipulative articulations) becomes a verbal system of information dissemination.

    Notes on Strange Fiction: Narrative's Function (3)

  • He does so by either forming independent clauses (with the aid of a period or coordinative conjunctions, and or but) or by varying the way the stacked clauses are shown to be subordinating (demonstrative determiners that or which or, in some cases, a dash).

    French English Translation: the Clash of Roots and Grooves « Articles « Literacy News

  • Conventionalists aim to supply a rationale that extends from general claims about the coordinative benefits of the promising convention to the demand that individuals keep their particular promises.

    Transport: a Flash-Fiction Triptych

  • Gauthier and others think that the rational appeal of the coordinative benefits of promising, specifically its potential for resolving prisoners dilemmas, is sufficient to make obedience rational (cf. Gauthier 1986, p. 167).

    Transport: a Flash-Fiction Triptych

  • Further, the coordinative role of Ministry should be addressed in UN mission, diplomatic relation and other issues of terrorism & National Security.

    Empower Home Administration in Nepal

  • A massive and concerted effort to commercialize these technologies is necessary, through some coordinative mechanism such as the G8 plus 5.

    Peter M. Haas: Obama and McCain on Energy & Environmental Policy

  • Various coordinative definitions may thus leave measures of other quantities or relations indeterminate, and these must be specified by some stipulation or other.

    Hans Reichenbach

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