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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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Of the registered coops in CAR, 45 percent belong to the micro-coop category meaning they have assets P3 million and below.
He further added: "We will deploy all of our resources to cooperate and move ahead with the management of Umm Al Quwain Coop, in implementing best-in-class practices and technologies in retail.
Carl said: "Yard & Coop is all about serving up proper fried chicken with tasty sides, classic cocktails and craft beers.
Lastly, check your coop for possible entry points for predators and opportunistic rodents.
The next day she hung around the coop but was unapproachable.
Local coops - electric, farmer, vendor, housing, transport, consumer, market or fisherman groups - face the challenges and opportunities of an integrated ASEAN economy this year.
Hadjiyiannis said that the Coops will proceed with a salary cut of 15% as prescribed by the restructuring plan and a targeted voluntary retirement scheme.
Without protection in the coop, the chicks are vulnerable to hawks and other predators, he said.
BY MEMBERS OF THE PARK SLOPE FOOD COOP, FOOD PROCESSING COMMITTEE, C WEEK MONDAY AFTERNOON SQUAD
These portable chicken coops are designed so that either end drops down for access to feeders and waterers, and to allow your chickens out while you're there to supervise (your presence should deter predators).
Most of the borough's elegant prewar buildings--with their classic homes replete with rich detail--are coops.
Flies sucked through ventilation shafts into industrial chicken coops may be the primary carriers of a major cause of food poisoning in people, a Danish study suggests.