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con-

(kon),
With, together, in association; appears as com- before p, b, or m, as col- before l, and as co- before a vowel; corresponds to G. syn-.
[L. cum, with, together]

co-, col-, com-, con-, cor-

prefix meaning "together, with": coadaptation, coagulate, coarctate.

con-

Prefix meaning with, together, in association; appears as com- before p, b, or m; as col- before l; and as co- before a vowel; corresponds to G. syn-.
[L. cum, with, together]

co-

Prefix signifying with, together, jointly.
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Grenade hole in the facade of UNRWA Prep Co-Ed School in Juhar el-Dik
Most schools like ours, an independent day school, have gone co-ed in the last 20 years.
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Naval Academy senior and midshipman first-class NaTasha McEachin said co-ed training should continue, because men and women are generally tasked with the same jobs and must work together.
As an example, an overall effect size could be analyzed to see if single gender camps had a greater effect than co-ed camps.
And even today, the DuPont WTT continues to be one of the fastest-growing independent, co-ed, recreational tennis programs in the country and has had more than 400,000 league participants to date.
In 1993, after nearly five years of planning and preparation, Jesuit High School adopted the co-ed format and committed itself to provide the women students with the same quality of education as that of the male students.
She is sponsoring a co-ed softball team as an advertising technique.
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No, these words were used by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an as he went into battle against co-ed student accommodations, using vocabulary usually reserved for national security issues.
The Toronto-based organization's co-ed beach dodgeball and co-ed softball leagues playoffs mark the beginning of the end for teams and players as they prepare to square off and send another successful season on its way.