Introduction The unambiguous position of objects on the surface of the earth or in the space around it can be determined in the selected solid geodetic coordinate system.
What does COORD stand for?
COORD stands for Coordinate(d)
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of COORD
- Cooperazione Internazionale (Italian)
- International Conference on Cooperative Information Systems
- Continuity Of Operations Plan
- Cooperative Logistics
- Concurrent Object-Oriented Petri Nets (specification language)
- Central Ohio Organization of Public Purchasers
- Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services
- Consortium on Operator Qualification (Atlanta, GA)
- Crawford, Oscoda, Ogemaw, Roscommon (Michigan)
- Comités et Organismes d'Aide aux Chomeurs par l'Emploi (French: Committees and Organizations to Help the Unemployed through Employment)
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The S5 said he would call the Iraq Civil Defense Corps and the Baghdad Fire Department and coordinate an emergency HA [humanitarian assistance] drop.
More specifically, much of the literature has emphasized the cognitive aspect of bilingualism, namely L1 versus L2 proficiency among coordinate bilinguals.
The hiders post latitude and longitude coordinates on the geocaching.
Often an Industry Specialist has formulated a tentative position paper on the issue but has not completed the in-depth analysis or Chief Counsel review needed to formally coordinate the issue.
Cohen theorizes that several parts of the brain work together to hold and coordinate information.
To make Kyoko move, the computer changes the coordinates of her body parts.
Fieldcrest Cannon is introducing a new luxury bath franchise to coordinate with its Court of Versailles bedding collection, featuring lace embellishments.