Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
Linear or angular quantities which designate the position that a point occupies in a given reference frame or system. Also used as a general term to designate the particular kind of reference frame or system such as plane rectangular coordinates or spherical coordinates. See also geographic coordinates; georef; grid coordinates.
A set of numbers to define the position of a point or line in a space of a dimension.
Coordinates are used in navigation, satellites etc.Submitted by MaryC on March 15, 2020
To ask, receive, control, manage and review a variety of data, proof, information and details.
The coordinates of the business was vital to its efficiency.Submitted by MaryC on March 15, 2020
The numerical value of coordinates in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of coordinates in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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The fact that the coordinates of this detention facility and the knowledge that it housed civilians had been communicated to the parties to the conflict indicates that this attack may -- depending on the precise circumstances -- amount to a war crime.
After much digging, we were able to make out the date, the coordinates, the ship’s name and direction of the voyage (Cardiff in Wales to Makassar in the Dutch East Indies, now Indonesia), it was clearly very exciting but we needed a lot more information. We wanted to know if what we had found was historically significant or a very inventive hoax.
Human brain provides us an amazing example of organizational teamwork. You see, the left and right halves of human brain do function slightly differently, and yet they don't work independently or in an isolation or even in a never-ending competition as the myth goes. The two halves always work seamlessly together as a unique system; offering a perfect teamwork between the logical and the intuitive, between the analytical and the creative. The Corpus Callosum, the main nerve bundle or the white matter that joins the two halves, facilitates and synergistically coordinates the communication between these different parts of the brain to ensure the effective functioning of human body. In my view, this is a classic example of teamwork and coordination, created by none other than the Supreme Power to enlighten us.
The process has been managed and supervised by the family of the victims themselves, the family coordinates with their religious leaders with the moral support of local Yazidi communities.
The government now has the coordinates for the area in Choco where there must be a suspension of operations, this is an indispensable condition for us to approach 'point X' for the new liberation.
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