Did you perchance mean cooperation?
- n. alternative spelling of cooperation.
“COMAC aims to establish long-term co-operation on commercial aircraft.”
“We have less co-operation from the Bosnian government than we did one week ago.”
“But, I think the implied purpose of pushing the passage of this bill is aimed more at co-operation by republicans and conservative democrats to be a little more open minded and participate in constructive debate; not lying and using scare tatics to turn people against an important piece of legislation.”
“In the face of perpetual harassment and prevarication by Limbaugh, Beck, O'Reilly, Hannity, et al, he soldiers on with his message of conciliation, co-operation and compassion.”
“Libya yesterday warned the EU it would halt co-operation over illegal immigration unless the EU stopped supporting protests.”
“The silent majority need to speak up and counter the ignorance and the intolerance: this is a week when those voices of moderation, co-operation, open-mindedness and respect can all be heard together.”
“But the mood is far from being pre-revolutionary, as Marine Le Pen would have us believe, because the underlying principle of regional co-operation is more relevant today than it has been ever before.”
“New plane en route to Frankfurt: For those traveling between Frankfurt and Tokyo's Haneda airport, Japanese airline ANA has chosen the route as the first long-haul international service for its new Boeing 787 Dreamliner from January, in co-operation with German airline Lufthansa .”
“Bloomberg said: "Civil debate is important, and I've long spoken out in favour of more co-operation and less antagonism, but I think it's true that the more we learn, the more it becomes clear that this case is fundamentally about a mentally ill drug abuser who had access to guns and shouldn't have.”
“And you may count on the hearty co-operation of the police, Mr.Welse.”
Looking for tweets for co-operation.