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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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In both cases, they found those who played cooperatively with a partner were less aggressive.
There are four distinct ways of learning [3]; learning alone independently, alone individually, in a group cooperatively, and in a group collaboratively.
How could reference, instruction, and outreach librarians from fourteen diverse institutions with various funding sources come together to meet the challenge of cooperatively developing an online course?
Constructivism then is contextual in that the pupils and the teacher cooperatively may develop and implement objectives of instruction.
ExxonMobil is working cooperatively with the Mesa, Arizona Police Department which is investigating reports of suspected food contamination at the Mobil On The Run store on Signal Butte Road in Mesa between 8 p.
In addition, from this year onwards, NCDC has also instituted three national level awards for primary cooperative societies, one each from cooperatively developed States, cooperatively under-developed States and cooperatively least developed States.
The deal was certainly complicated, but everyone involved acted cooperatively and professionally to bring about a swift and successful conclusion.
This is due to public response to city spay-and-neuter programs, including the mobile van in low-income communities, and to efforts by General Manager Jerry Greenwalt and his staff to bring adopters into the shelters and to work cooperatively with responsible placement groups.
Both companies believe that working cooperatively on existing and new programs will provide their customers with the best solutions, improve performance, and provide a foundation for future business.
The Scrap Tire Environmental Quality Act creates a public/private partnership, calling for the Environmental Management Department, Economic and Community Affairs Department, Revenue Department and Scrap Tire Study Commission to cooperatively administer and enforce the program.
To do so, they must analyze and discuss scientific concepts; perform hands-on experiments; overcome common misconceptions; and work cooperatively in groups.
Using a group dynamic, the participating facilities will work cooperatively, sharing information, resources and products.

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