Recent Examples of ordinate from the Web
With tools such as Facebook, blogs, YouTube and everything else that’s available in our communications revolution, there’s never been a time when people around the world can better co-ordinate.
Researchers from the University of Kent are testing radio frequency identification tags on cycads that could relay alerts and GPS co-ordinates.
Rather than selling pets that may have come from puppy farms, pet stores must now co-ordinate with animal shelters, and help to house rescue dogs, cats, and rabbits.
The plan is an effort to co-ordinate policy following separate initiatives on Libya.
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Origin and Etymology of ordinate
First Known Use: 1706See Words from the same year
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