coordinating point

coordinating point

Designated point at which, in all types of combat, adjacent units/formations must make contact for purposes of control and coordination.
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The East Quadrant served as the coordinating point between the cities of Marikina and Pasig to the rest of Metro Manila.
The job description reads: "Coventry City of Culture is looking to appoint an excellent project manager on a two year contract to act as the central coordinating point for a bid to be UK City of Culture.
TFI Envision had previously developed the Bertolli Organic pasta sauce packaging graphics and coordinating point of purchase display trays.
The group is establishing a center which is known as Ramciel and Jerusalem Friendship Center (RJFC) which will serve as a coordinating point for facilitation and social interaction and to help promote good relationship with the people of Israel.
The good news is that it became a natural instinct for everyone to look at the EU Delegation as a coordinating point.
This will include coordinating point of sale and marketing materials, and sourcing and buying new products.
LOUISE ADAM, 28, will be based at its North headquarters in Gateshead's Team Valley and be responsible for developing and managing the brand including coordinating point of sale and marketing materials, and sourcing and buying.
The geographical and cultural focus is Europe and the Americas perceptions and experiences of the New World, and memories of and other connections with the old continent The Caribbean is seen as the coordinating point between North and South' (p.
There is a multiplicity of organizations, about 45 of them, who have now joined the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, which a number of us helped bring together for the 1988 and the 1992 elections and has stayed together and is a kind of coordinating point, a Latino voice for multiple organizations.
We are just a coordinating point, gathering all the information and monitoring the New Year as it rolls around the globe," he said.
Coming 18 months after Stringer joined Sony as president of SCA, with only vaguely defined operating responsibilities, the new structure erases the unwieldy arrangement in which Stringer, Mottola and Calley were each free to deal directly with Tokyo about their businesses, rather than through one coordinating point.

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