“The official also said the Northern Command's exercise plans for "cooping" - continuity of operations, during which commanders go to off-site locations - also had been scratched.”
“The official also said the Northern Command's exercise plans for "cooping" -- continuity of operations, during which commanders go to off-site locations -- also had been scratched.”
“There is good evidence to support the theory that Poe was a victim of "cooping" - a practice whereby political gangs kidnapped vulnerable bystanders, cooped them up, got them drunk, and bullied them round the polling stations to vote over and over again for a corrupt candidate.”
“Radical scrapes, the intimidation and 'cooping' of Tory voters being a characteristic of the elections of that day with the wilder spirits, of whom Thurtell was doubtless one.”
“Michael Humphreys, a Northern Command spokesman, said the military officials decided to delink the Ardent Sentry exercise from the National Level Exercise, but he stressed that the command conducts other exercises and "cooping" at other times.”
“Mr. Ogai says that wasn't realistic for his breeding cows, because cooping them up stresses them so much that they can't bear calves.”
“Mr. Ogai says that wasn't really possible for breeding cows like his, because cooping them up inside stresses them so much that they can't bear calves.”
“You, a man of the open, have been cooping yourself up in the cities with all that that means.”
“This was such a standard practice there was even a term for it, "cooping," as in "make like a pigeon and tuck into the coop.”
“See what Sarah Jackson has been blogging about: cooping it up”
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