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cooperative

noun Vox populi An organization whose members share purchasing clout, resources or other materials. See Health insurance purchasing.
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But this third study showed those who played cooperatively also were likely to donate more money to opposing team members without any expectation the favor would be returned.
In addition to supporting OPT in the permitting process and power transmission for the project, PNGC Power will work cooperatively with OPT to pursue a power purchase agreement, under which PNGC Power would purchase the electrical energy output of the 2MW wave power park from OPT.
Incorporated in 1975, People Working Cooperatively (PWC) is a non-profit organization serving low-income, elderly, and disabled homeowners in 20 counties of Southwestern Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Indiana.
In addition, IBM and Hitachi will cooperatively design and manufacture selected servers that will be sold by both companies.
In addition, the two companies will work cooperatively to optimize the use of Liberty herbicide on these varieties of corn.
NCB provides financial products and services to cooperatively structured enterprises throughout the United States.
Credit unions, which have some 77 million members nationwide, often are able to offer lower rates on loans and higher interest on savings than banks because they are cooperatively owned and don't have to pay dividends to shareholders.
Evans, CDI's newly appointed president and chief executive officer, said, "By working cooperatively, we can improve and enhance customers' entertainment experiences at the three racetracks that make up the New York franchise.
The project will be the second that the city and Newhall Land have worked on cooperatively.
The carpet industry has voluntarily offered to test its products even before the emergence of the Anderson test controversy and has worked cooperatively with the EPA over the last several years on this issue.
Over its ten years, EBS Council members worked cooperatively with our EBT Industry Council on a number of initiatives that contributed to the proliferation of EBT systems.
Last year, John Dunlap, chairman of the state Air Resources Board, told a legislative committee that he and other administration officials were willing to work cooperatively with lawmakers to address complaints about Smog Check II.

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