Sentence Examples


  • While purchasing a set may initially seem to be the easiest way to coordinate a desired look, consumers should be aware that sets are designed for an idealized body shape with symmetrical proportions: an image that few women actually fit.
  • Sensorimotor organization: According to the famous developmental psychologist, Jean Piaget, infants learn, from birth to approximately age two, to coordinate all their sensory experiences (sights, sounds, etc.) with their motor behaviors.
  • The members of the council that will coordinate and execute efforts to remedy not only these identified concerns, but also establish a plan of action for some of the other possible issues involving crime prevention and victim assistance.
  • If a couple is planning an indoor event, they may choose a church or ceremony site that features rich harvest colors and dark woods that coordinate with autumn and won't require as much decoration to match the wedding's seasonal theme.
  • Hand-eye coordination is the ability of the vision system to coordinate the information received through the eyes to control, guide, and direct the hands in the accomplishment of a given task, such as handwriting or catching a ball.