In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of movements, body)coordinación feminine
- It's no different from learning to ride a bike: Your dad first has to help stabilize you until you develop the coordination to do everything on your own.
- That would seem to require either perfect coordination of two fins of widely differing shape and size, or a trick that somehow imparts stability to the fish without slowing it down.
- Or, if you like, a great soccer player is someone who will have very good acceleration, good strength, good eye sight and good coordination.
- For no apparent reason, the Dublin girl gradually lost her speech, power and co-ordination in front of her baffled and heartbroken family over the next 18 months.
- It doesn't work with my voice recognition software, and it requires a level of co-ordination that many older or disabled people just won't have.
- Swing-around requires little coordination, other than that players observe the tenet of never dribbling more than three times before they pick up and pass.
- She hadn't the strength, nor the coordination to pull on the gloves with her joints being so stiff, so she breathed upon her palms and felt the warm air lightly burn her skin.
- The youngsters undertake a wide range of activities as well as all sorts of tests and examinations, to find out about their hearing, sight, co-ordination, breathing and many other things.
- I realise computer games are supposed to improve hand-eye co-ordination and develop strategy and problem-solving ability.
- It attacks toddlers' balance, co-ordination, speech and immune systems.
- At higher doses, other problems can include drowsiness, poor coordination, dizziness or double vision.
- Balance, gait, and motor coordination are also severely affected.
- In addition to a headache, brain tumors almost always cause problems with coordination, balance, speech, sight, and walking.
- The car encourages children to combine imagination and muscle power with balance and co-ordination.
- The classes will help improve coordination, self discipline and confidence.
- Although this would not have caused death it could have impaired their attention, concentration, co-ordination and ability to make reasoned decisions.
- Because alcohol affects alertness, judgment, coordination, and reaction time, drinking increases the risk of falls and accidents.
- It becomes apparent in early childhood as a difficulty in learning or when children are carrying out skills that require co-ordination.
- Being cold can also affect your dexterity, co-ordination and ability to think.
- We try to address many different goals through art lessons, including increased fine motor coordination, visual perception skills and the ability to follow directions.
- Initially the object was coordination with the activities of Indian National Congress in the struggle for freedom of the country.
- Complex activities requiring extensive coordination and control of large numbers of people have been accomplished throughout history, but there have not always been managers to do them.
- The authors concluded that the coordination of estimating procedures using the available state and local government data could reduce the size of these discrepancies.
- The first level criticism of socialism is that private property in the means of production is a necessary condition for the coordination of economic activity.
- He also will be involved in statewide coordination of precision agriculture activities.
- Other measures can also be implemented while a separate plan for organizing coordination can be drawn up.
- But once the coordination and holdout problems are overcome, much work has to be done to prevent massive abuses from working their way into the system.
- The Battalions have also taken the lead in the coordination of building new classrooms, offices, and other facilities with heavy reliance on temporary modular structures.
- Joint planning, management, and coordination of policy are essential.
- Plant adaptation to stress is mediated by multiple signalling pathways that allow the co-ordination of growth and primary assimilation processes in shoots and roots.
- One volunteer state coordinator is selected to manage communication and coordination of volunteer activities.
- The truly valuable European expertise is in the coordination and operation of multinational, hi-tech projects.
- The survey showed there was improvement in areas such as planning of school places and co-ordination of the admission process, which were disappointing last year.
- Therefore a discussion of the coordination of federal, state, and local law enforcement can only take place within those parameters.
- The centre is linked to all the municipalities in the district and co-ordination of activities will come from the centre, should disaster strike.
- She will be responsible for the flow of information between the marketing and sales departments and the coordination of marketing and training materials.
- Previously director of engineering, Schultz will be responsible for the direction and coordination of all manufacturing activities.
- What the architect brings to the process is the co-ordination of the various design elements.
- The results have implications for the design of high-stress work environments such as the coordination of fire-fighting operations.
- Labour's health policy noted the adoption of a Youth Health Action Plan to ensure better co-ordination of policies and services addressing youth and pre-school health issues.
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