Coordinator [noun]

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I get that changing teams is bad, but he had a massive upgrade at offensive coordinator and not that much of a QB downgrade.

Hiring a diversity coordinator for a one-off bias training workshop never cut it before and definitely won’t cut it now.

Omar Gonzalez, the Western regional coordinator for the American Postal Workers Union, told the Los Angeles Times six machines in San Diego were removed.

Credit Suisse was hired as a joint global coordinator for the Hong Kong deal, according to people familiar.

Le is now 25 and is the program coordinator at the Diverse Elders Coalition.

MTS has released some details about what its staff would like to see in a new contract with Allied Universal, or any private security firm, and that includes an onsite training coordinator.

There was short, beefy Sergeant McGinty, a representative from the police who was to serve as coordinator.

I am employed by the Acme Brick Co. in the capacity of sales coordinator.

Now, despite his better judgments, he was beginning to wonder if they might not be on the make for another coordinator.

The Mars Coordinator looked at the thing on the desk for a long moment before he reached out to touch it.