coordinance

coordinance

(kəʊˈɔːdɪnəns)
n
a joint ordinance
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During the meeting, which took place in British Press Aossciation headquarters in central London, participants presented bylaws proposals for the council in coordinance with organizing upcoming international conferences for news agencies, especially the upcoming sixth international conference in six months from now in Sofia, Bulgaria.
The stability constant is deduced from the variation curves of the average coordinance n against p([HA]/[[H.
Much of the integration of these products is provided by TP monitors which coordinance the flow of transaction request between terminals that issue request and TP applications that can process them.
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