concerted : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v contrive (a plan) by mutual agreement
- v settle by agreement
- s involving the joint activity of two or more
- Faced with the difficulty of recruiting during a long and unpopular war, the United States Marine Corps has started marketing itself to women in a concerted way for the first time.
- Only concerted international pressure will force Syria's president to stop obstructing the investigation into the murder of Rafik Hariri.
- WASHINGTON, July 5 After a concerted lobbying effort by property developers, mine owners and farm groups, the Bush administration scaled back proposed guidelines for enforcing .
- Robert Zoellick in International Herald Tribune
Zoellick said the financial crisis underscored the need for "concerted global action now, not just to deal with the crisis but to put in place new architecture, new norms and new oversight to ensure that this crisis never happens again."
- Pope Benedict XVI in America Magazine (subscription)
I reiterate my personal appeal for an urgent and concerted international effort to resolve the ongoing tensions in the Middle East, especially in the Holy Land, before such conflicts lead to greater bloodshed,the pope said June 6 at the end...
- Barack Obama in Reuters
We've got two goals in the G20,US President Barack Obama said on Wednesday during a meeting with his Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner. "The first is to make sure there is concerted action around the globe to jumpstart the economy. The...