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Co-ordinance

Definitions

  • CO-ORDINATION
    CO-ORDINATION
  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Co-ordinance a joint ordinance
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Usage

In literature:

The first step in this direction was effected by the co-ordination of Gay Lussac's observations on the combining volumes of gases.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 1" by Various
It is accomplished and tasteful; it is also thin in quality and the forms are indifferently co-ordinated.
"Pot-Boilers" by Clive Bell
He conceives a subtle co-ordination between the ideas of the mind and the laws of the natural world.
"English Critical Essays" by Various
Each project also had a technical director, who was a sort of co-ordinator, trouble shooter, and general expert.
"The Scarlet Lake Mystery" by Harold Leland Goodwin
Behind them there may have been the co-ordination of a central thought.
"The Lords of the Ghostland" by Edgar Saltus
A system of co-ordination between the immense new bodies of special constables and the regular force had to be evolved.
"Scotland Yard" by George Dilnot
It is in his ability to see things whole and to co-ordinate the selected details that Boecklin is most an artist.
"Artists Past and Present" by Elisabeth Luther Cary
The co-ordination of all these partial philosophies produces the general Positive Philosophy.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 7" by Various
This caution is particularly necessary when any attempt is being made to co-ordinate the English with the continental Corallian.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 7, Slice 4" by Various
The work offers a base on which all valid studies may be co-ordinated, and developments are indicated.
"Malplaquet" by Hilaire Belloc
I tell you, though, Jase Temple's our co-ordinator.
"Voyage To Eternity" by Milton Lesser
In all this the continuities and the discontinuities are absolutely co-ordinate matters of immediate feeling.
"Essays in Radical Empiricism" by William James
It lay with the Assembly of the Nation to co-ordinate the whole in the public interest.
"The Irish Constitution" by Darrell Figgis
Now it would take the Queen a little while to get a bearing on him along four co-ordinates.
"Spillthrough" by Daniel F. Galouye
It is the time co-ordinates that determine whether we are aware of something or not.
"Cube Root of Conquest" by Roger Phillips Graham
Nor is there any co-ordination between the several hospitals and dispensaries.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 8" by Various
It is a very good example of proper co-ordination in the management of forces.
"Chess Fundamentals" by José Raúl Capablanca
This well-known movement is performed by a co-ordinated series of curvatures, the exact nature of which need not trouble us now.
"Rustic Sounds and Other Studies in Literature and Natural History" by Francis Darwin
But how is this to be co-ordinated with the conclusion just mentioned?
"History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume II (of 2)" by John William Draper
Once again skill and co-ordination must be wedded to strength.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 2" by Various
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In news:

The two-year diploma course attracts a wide range of candidates, from professionals to newcomers, says co-ordinator/professor Diane Moore.
Approachable Ina Garten's seventh book explains how to put food together, co-ordinate meals and set a nice table.
Genevieve Johnson, the Field Education Co-ordinator aboard the R.V.
IMO to Co- ordinate Maritime Restoration.
The RNA Ontology Consortium has recently been developed to help co-ordinate and share research via the Web.
Climate, energy crisis could use a co-ordinated dose of star power.
Union members back co-ordinated strikes over public sector pay.
Offensive line coach Pat Meyer is the new offensive co-ordinator of the Montreal Alouettes.
The CFL club announced Wednesday that Meyer will be offensive co-ordinator while retaining responsibility of coaching one of the league's best front fives.
Price points have not been determined yet, according to sales support co-ordinator Kimberly Oakes.
Enlarge Beverly Schaefer/For The Times Pam Flory, garden co-ordinator holds a chicken so it can be petted by (L-R) Nikita Bhaskar, Maddy Waxman, Wendy Yin Woo Zhang and Edward Liu (L) in the PDS Organic Garden, Princeton Twp.
The regional depots are scattered around the city and overseen by community members called depot co-ordinators.
Just before the season, Houston defensive co-ordinator Wade Phillips was asked what he wanted from his defence in 2012 after the unit made a remarkable turnaround to finish second in the NFL in yards allowed last season.
The Montreal Alouettes have named Noel Thorpe as their new defensive co-ordinator.
Offensive line coach Pat Meyer is the new offensive co-ordinator of the Montreal Alouettes.
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In science:

The radial coordinate z increases upwards, the transverse co-ordinate y increases to the right.
Rotational Evolution During Type I X-Ray Bursts
The group L (respectively R) is called the group of left (respectively right) co-ordinate changes.
Simple singularities of multigerms of curves
Using Lemma 20 we see that in the second component the fourth co-ordinate equals t5 .
Simple singularities of multigerms of curves
Suppose that first n curves can be (and are) reduced to the form Gn and the 1-jets of all other curves have zero co-ordinates with number greater than n (otherwise one can reduce n + 1 curves to the form Gn+1 ).
Simple singularities of multigerms of curves
So, we have Gn and a non-singular curve with zero co-ordinates with numbers greater than n.
Simple singularities of multigerms of curves
Abstract. A method is presented, which can generate solutions of the Hermitian theory of relativity from known solutions of the general theory of relativity, when the latter depend on three co-ordinates and are invariant under reversal of the fourth one.
A Method for Finding Solutions of the Hermitian Theory of Relativity which Depend on Three Co-ordinates
Consider now a real symmetric tensor hik corresponding to a solution of the field equations of general relativity, which depends on the first three co-ordinates xλ and for which hλ4 = 0; we assume henceforth that Greek indices run from 1 to 3, while Latin indices run from 1 to 4.
A Method for Finding Solutions of the Hermitian Theory of Relativity which Depend on Three Co-ordinates
Consider also an antisymmetric purely imaginary tensor aik which depends on the first three co-ordinates; assume that its only nonvanishing components are aµ4 = −a4µ .
A Method for Finding Solutions of the Hermitian Theory of Relativity which Depend on Three Co-ordinates
We can resume our result as follows: let hik be the metric tensor for a solution of the field equations of general relativity which does not depend on, say, the fourth co-ordinate, and for which hλ4 = 0.
A Method for Finding Solutions of the Hermitian Theory of Relativity which Depend on Three Co-ordinates
Let aik be an antisymmetric, pure imaginary tensor, which depends on the first three co-ordinates; a4µ = −aµ4 are its only nonvanishing components.
A Method for Finding Solutions of the Hermitian Theory of Relativity which Depend on Three Co-ordinates
The complication that arises is that the co-ordination number is not a constant in the MC simulations, i.e., it depends on the type of segments surrounding another segment.
Coil-Globule Transition for Regular, Random and Specially Designed Copolymers: Monte Carlo Simulation and Self-Consistent Field Theory
A free energy profile for the process, against the reaction co-ordinate (x) is shown in the Fig 2.
A simple model for the kinetics of packaging of DNA in to a capsid against an external force
The local structure of the graph, in particular its vertex-degree distribution (distribution of co-ordination numbers), can be exploited: Vertices of high degree are more likely to be covered, those of small degree are more likely to remain uncovered.
Dynamics of heuristic optimization algorithms on random graphs
Since the twodimensional vectors in Cartesian frame of reference have their pro jections on co-ordinate axes, therefore the real and imaginary parts of ∆2Zi ’s, namely Re∆2Zi, Im∆2Zi, can be interpreted as pro jections of second differences on abscissa and ordinate axes, respectively.
Finite-difference distributions for the Ginibre ensemble
It is customary to say that these parameters are co-ordinates in the parameter space or moduli space of gauge theory.
String Theory or Field Theory?
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