- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cooperate.
“Rogers, who has regularly visited Afghanistan, where his brother, an Army general, also served, depicted Ahmed Wali Karzai as someone who "cooperates" with U.S. intelligence, but is not a controlled agent.”
“Rep. Mike Rogers (R - Mich.), the ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee panel that oversees human intelligence issues, told SpyTalk last October that Karzai "cooperates" with U.S. intelligence but is not a controlled agent.”
“Rogers said in an interview that Ahmed Wali Karzai, widely reported to be protecting the heroin trade in southern Afghanistan, "cooperates" with U.S. intelligence, but is not a controlled agent.”
“Olson admits God "cooperates" with sinners in doing sinful actions.”
“Maybe, but who cares? "written about Ahmed Karzai's relationship with U.S. intelligence services, portraying him as someone who" cooperates "with the Americans but is" not a controlled agent. ”
“The charge to which Snapper pleaded guilty, making a false statement, carries a maximum five-year prison sentence, but if Snapper cooperates fully with federal prosecutors against others, he could be placed on probation by U.S.”
“We should also never forget that Mubarak implements Israel's directives and cooperates with Israel in a manner never seen before from an Arab or Muslim ruler.”
“The past rarely cooperates with the demands of the present, as historians know all too well.”
“The Rebirther Tea Party members are all inclusive, however anyone that cooperates at all with Obama is dead meat.”
““North Korea cooperates with Pakistan and Iran among others on missile and nuclear developments and it gives China an opportunity to basically poke its rivals, the United States and India in that geopolitical rivalry, while maintaining plausible deniability about their own actions,” he said.”
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