- n. UK, informal, dated Any of very many shops belonging to the Cooperative Retail Society
“Admittedly, the Co-op is a tough brief but arguably not as difficult as selling face cream to rugby league fans, or "hydra-energetic anti-fatigue moisturiser", as the potion being flogged on Saturday styles itself.”
“Meg Hillier MPChair, parliamentary group of Co-op MPs• Robert Philpot of Progress says he does not support the sell-off of public services Letters, 15 April, but favours mutuals.”
“Co-op, another way of having the uninsured remain uninsured.”
“And I agree, the Co-op crap is code word for Public Option.”
“Co-op two examples of the same thing, with progressively different advertising logos assigned to try and give the public a different opinion .....”
“Co-op: Nonprofit health cooperatives, or "co-ops," are being proposed as an option to compete with the private sector and as an alternative to a government-sponsored public health insurance option.”
“If it had been Co-op or some other solution, they would have opposed that too.”
“Co-op boards of some apartment buildings in New York City say they are contemplating switching.”
“Early this year, across North and South Dakota, four Intertribal Co-op Health Hospital storage facilities were hit, and their inventory of OxyContin was stolen.”
“From anywhere in the island, you can reach a pub, a cafe or a late-opening Co-op in 20 minutes.”
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