coordinal

coordinal

(kəʊˈɔːdɪnəl) or

co-ordinal

adj
(Biology) (of animals or plants) belonging to the same order
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But do the civilian governments run by the two main streams political parties turn by turn meet this coordinal principle of democracy?
Nevertheless, in the case of catalytic systems in which substrates and ligands do not bear bending function groups (whose interaction can control the geometry of preordination intermediates) and the catalyst is a complex of the C, P-ligand, the geometry of the intermediates is less sensitive to the substitution pattern and several coordinal simplifications can be applied.
While Pak-China relations have always remained coordinal new opportunities of enhanced cooperation at bilateral and beyond bilateral level are opening up with this global power shift.
The majority of administrators partly agreed that there is lack of coordinal relation between different units of administration.
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