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  • noun Plural form of co-worker.


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  • The company's contingency plan included a phone tree that assigned workers to call co-workers, but with cellphone service cut, the plan was scrapped.

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  • Religious Americans express significantly more trust than secular Americans do in shop clerks, neighbors, co-workers, people of their own ethnicity, people of other ethnicities, and even strangers.32 In short, religious people are both more trusting of virtually everyone else and in the eyes of others more trustworthy themselves.

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  • Even co-workers 15 percent beat out fellow church members.

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  • Were they family, friends, co-workers, neighbors, or someone they knew through their church?

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  • Fellow churchgoers comes in behind co-workers when we limit the analysis to people who are employed.

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  • Since church attenders have more social connections all around, they are also more likely to be contacted by friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers, and so church remains in last place.15 When we focus squarely on evangelicals, we do not find that they have an unusually high level of personal political contact from fellow church members.

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  • Political appeals are far more likely to come through friends, family, neighbors, and even co-workers than from fellow parishioners.

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  • The co-workers with whom you go for lunch or the other members of your softball team can also circulate politically relevant information.29 However, although we are all embedded in multiple networks, not all networks are equal.

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  • An inflatable gladiator set gives co-workers the option of non-lethally beating each other's brains out, and Brownlee pined for a button-cute proto-Roomba from 1985.

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  • Additionally, friends from their congregation and co-workers of Charisse and Stefàn and their parents came out to celebrate the impending birth of the twins.

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