- v bring order and organization to
- v bring into common action, movement, or condition
- v be co-ordinated
- v bring (components or parts) into proper or desirable coordination correlation
- s intentionally matched
- s operating as a unit
- s being dexterous in the use of more than one set of muscle movements
News & Articles
- Stocks Plunge In Last Minute On Rebal Day, June Is Worst Month Since October 2012
The S&P 500 ended the month with an odd shade of green (called red). This is the worst month in stocks for 8 months and makes only the 5th negative month in the 20 months since the global central bank co-ordinated save in Q4 2011. The week, however, saw the S&P gain around 1.25% on the back of endless repeated bullshit from various Fed heads about how we all got it so wrong... which also saw ...
June 28, 2013 - Zero Hedge
- Stephen Harper in Montreal Gazette
The recent skittishness of markets is telling us that they are awaiting our actions, actions that must be decisive, but also co-ordinated and balanced,Harper said. "Here is the tightrope that we must walk to sustain recovery. It is...
- Flavio Briatore in Times Online
Flavio Briatore, the Renault team principal, added: "Our aim is to reduce costs while maintaining the high standards that make Formula One one of the most prestigious brands on the market. We want to achieve this in a co-ordinated manner with the...
- Peter Wright in Telegraph.co.uk
Peter Wright QC, prosecuting, said the three men were the "front line troops" with a "willingness to participate in the deployment of suicide bombers as part of a deadly and co-ordinated campaign against the general public."