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Use "co-ordinates" in a sentence
"The IOCC co-ordinates vital parameters in the airline and is currently headed by Rod Butchers, a consultant from the International Air Transport Association IATA."
"They are co-ordinates that track the positions implied by an interaction against a shared imaginary map of the 4-dimensional world."
"Veijo Hintsanen of Skills Finland, which co-ordinates the country's nationals skills competitions, says that the Finnish success record is down to putting vocational training at the heart of everything they do, with strong co-operation between schools and industry, and between the Ministry of Education and providers of vocational education."