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  • n. Alternative spelling of cooperation.


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  • COMAC aims to establish long-term co-operation on commercial aircraft.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

    Obama's stimulus plan 'has had some effect,' says McCain

  • Libya yesterday warned the EU it would halt co-operation over illegal immigration unless the EU stopped supporting protests.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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 .

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  • 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."

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  • And you may count on the hearty co-operation of the police, Mr.Welse.



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