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collaborative

adjective Referring to two or more individuals, agencies, trusts, etc., who work together towards a common goal.
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Clearly if parties are committed to resolving matters collaboratively and everyone is working together to try and reach the best outcome, this would explain the statistic.
As a result of this grant, students collaboratively determined how best to use the provided funds in order to enhance the SL program.
He said he is also working with district staff collaboratively to implement change.
Collaboratively developed by thousands of contributors worldwide, Linux offers functionality and stability that surpasses comparable offerings from Microsoft and commercial Unix vendors, at a substantially lower total cost of ownership.
It compared the results of students who worked collaboratively on homework and those who did not.
Once the purpose for action is determined, learners individually or collaboratively need to make plans for achieving the purpose.
WASHINGTON--Dancing in the millennium, celebrating it, investigating it, talking about it, watching it, affirming it--members of eighteen organizations dealing with dance in all its many aspects will meet July 19 to 23, 2000, to work collaboratively on the exchange of ideas and information about dance.
HCFA OFFICIALS AND WORRIED PROVIDERS WERE working collaboratively and playing catch up at press time in early July, when four key changes to the survey and enforcement process were scheduled for implementation.
The challenge is to identify ways in which independent living centers and vocational rehabilitation programs can collaboratively build upon the individual strengths of each program and constructively and appropriately play a more empowering role for consumers.
To design and implement training systems that support major changes in organizational culture, the senior executives developed three broad considerations: buying versus collaboratively developing training, outside versus inside trainers, and mimicry versus mockery.
Ebix strives to work collaboratively with clients to develop innovative technology strategies and solutions that address specific business challenges.
Clearly, if parties are committed to resolving matters collaboratively and everyone is working together to try to reach the best outcome, this would explain the statistic.

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