verb (used with or without object), or·ches·trat·ed, or·ches·trat·ing.
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In less than a few months we can orchestrate a completely new project.Leveraging collective intelligence and AI to benefit society|Jason Sparapani|November 18, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Both were orchestrated by Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt.
In Week 3, the Bears faced a 16-point deficit against Atlanta until the Falcons defense allowed Nick Foles to orchestrate a come-from-behind victory starting in the third quarter.The Bills, Bears and Browns aren’t as good as their records|Neil Greenberg|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
That’s particularly true if the groups that orchestrated them were acting in support of a particular campaign and targeting voters likely to fall into the other camp, says Rebecca Tushnet, a law professor at Harvard Law School.Election robocalls: what we know and what we don’t|James Temple|November 4, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Her work, which now involved orchestrating covid-related events online, was unrelenting and though her husband did his fair share of baby duty, many tasks — like pumping and nursing — necessarily fell to her.