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coordinate with (someone or something)

1. To arrange something with someone. A noun or pronoun can be used between "coordinate" and "with." If you want to meet, coordinate it with my assistant—he knows my schedule better than I do.
2. To be in harmony with something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "coordinate" and "with." The pattern of your tie doesn't coordinate with your shirt at all—go change!
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coordinate something with something

 
1. to make something harmonize with something else. I want to coordinate my hat with my shoes. Is this tie coordinated with my jacket?
2. to synchronize something with something else. Let us coordinate our actions in this matter. I think we should coordinate our departure times with that of Fred.
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"Convincing Congress to go with a co-ordinated approach won't be easy." warned Luby.
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Confirming the British armed forces had carried out another "co-ordinated mission" in Libya, he said: "As the RAF GR4 Tornados approached the target, further information came to light that identified a number of civilians within the intended target area.
In return, single currency countries "will take determined and co-ordinated action, if needed, to safeguard financial stability in the euro area as a whole," said the summit.
RCA chief executive Stephen Atkin added: "Our board has been pushing for some time for a co-ordinated approach and we suggested to the BHA that racing should strive for a stronger profile on the political front.
POLICE YESTERDAY discovered a number of guns and detonators as well as a bomb during a co-ordinated search operation across the Limassol district, as part of investigations into the murder of 67-year-old Michalakis Kakathymis last month.
Though each department had already been informed about holding of this mock exercise, yet ,the exercise was well co-ordinated and response, re-action time and co-ordination by each department was highly professional to handle the emergency.
Summary: Drake & Scull International (DSI) PJSC (under incorporation), an end-to-end service provider of mechanical, electrical and plumbing ("MEP") contracting, Industrial, Water & Power (IWP) and civil contracting, participated in the recent Clean-Up-UAE initiative, with 40 of its staff volunteering for the co-ordinated clean-up effort.
The co-ordinated move by worldwide banks to cut interest rates yesterday is almost unprecedented.
No evidence emerged to suggest the attacks in the two cities were co-ordinated, but the bombings underscored the political tensions that have potential to fuel regional conflicts across Iraq even as overall levels of violence have fallen.
Less has been done to understand how existing public health infrastructure is organised or co-ordinated to provide critical public health functions that are largely public goods, whose benefits are difficult to link to specific individuals, but that accrue, rather, to the whole population.
18 and 25, the feasts of Saints Peter and Paul) is co-ordinated by a joint committee of the World Council of Churches and the Pontifical Commission for the Promotion of Christian Unity.
Creating a culture of practice development was the theme of the first Notional Professional Development and Recognition Programme (PDRP) conference, hosted by Hutt Valley District Health Board (DHB) and co-ordinated by the hospital PDRP co-ordinator Clare Hutchins.
* Co-ordinated workplans on improving reproductive, maternal, newborn and adolescent health
With concept design and refurbishment co-ordinated by interior designer Jamie Alcock, the venue was transformed with the application of over 250[m.sup.2] of custom effect polished plaster.