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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconcertedcon‧cert‧ed /kənˈsɜːtɪd $ -ɜːr-/ adjective   concerted effort/action/attack etcconcertedly adverb
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concertedAgainst concerted action by local authorities the individual librarian would be fighting a very hard and probably losing battle.But the most concerted challenge was manifest in struggles waged by the unemployed around the poor law.By October 1989, therefore, the time was right for a concerted diplomatic initiative against drift-net fishing.She has also made a concerted effort to improve her knowledge.The Government reiterated its intention to introduce a prohibition on anti-competitive agreements and concerted practices.There should be a concerted programme to change the knife-carrying ethos in schools.
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