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coordinator

A device used on a pair of exit doors to ensure that the inactive leaf is permitted to close before the active leaf; required on a door having an overlapping astragal.
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The findings of this study indicate that, historically, NFL teams have been reluctant to hire a person of color for a head coach, offensive coordinator or defensive coordinator position after a person of color has previously separated from a head coach position in the NFL," the report read.
A parenting coordinator shall maintain knowledge of all current statutes, court rules, local court rules, and court and administrative orders relevant to the parenting coordination process.
Weekend mornings at football stadiums might not seem like an obvious time and place to find recycling coordinators, but being adaptable is part of their job.
There is no room for argument when it comes to choosing a new general coordinator because it is part of practicing democracy," Ishaq told Daily News Egypt.
When Suganya Rajan succeeded Rosa Navarro as the Coordinator for the eight states of the Mid-Atlantic Region in January, 2007, she was new to farmworker health.
As busy as a new marriage is, Goniea still finds time to manage eight vans and more than 300 volunteer drivers with the help of local coordinators, as well as provide assistance to veterans as a Department Service Officer.
An alumnus, Angelo Gasca, was entering his third year as head coach after several years as an offensive coordinator.
Make first contact with your local family readiness coordinator (see "Military Contacts" sidebar on page 51), who can introduce you, if necessary, to the state family program administrator.
But a waiting list also means that the admissions coordinator must manage the needs, issues, and problems of those on the list.
The lab coordinator assigns specific responsibilities to staff members, giving each an instruction sheet describing his job assignment, along with an ID badge (such as "Runner" or "Phlebo-Stock Trays" or "Blood Bank Tech").
For each region, the principal investigator invited the local partnership coordinators and the regional coordinator to participate in focus group sessions.
Because the number of MDS forms to be completed would increase, it was necessary to add a full-time MDS coordinator position and secretarial support.

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