Origin of coordinator
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Examples from the Web for coordinator
But for his political pedigree, Klain would have no business being Ebola coordinator.Where There’s Trouble, You’ll Usually Find Joe Biden
October 21, 2014
Her title on the business card she handed me reads, “Coordinator Know Your Rights Movement.”A Human Rights Icon’s Ugly Side: Samira Ibrahim’s Hateful Tweets
March 16, 2013
She is the founder of “Women and Democracy” and coordinator of the “Syrian Women Make Peace” platforms.
Al-Mokdad, the FSA coordinator, started as a civilian activist and considers his new role one and the same.Spinmeister Ammar al-Wawi Peddles Upbeat Message of Syrian Rebellion
July 30, 2012
And pretty much the people chose George Zimmerman as the coordinator.Did Trayvon Shooter Abuse 911?
March 22, 2012
Particularly as a coordinator is Foch great—and potent for the future.Foch the Man
Clara E. Laughlin
There was short, beefy Sergeant McGinty, a representative from the police who was to serve as coordinator.
Word Origin and History for coordinator
also co-ordinator, 1864, agent noun in Latin form from coordinate (v.).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper