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  • Two or more users can colloborate on a document, which it does by locking off a paragraph someone else is working on, rather than the file itself.

    2006 July « Squash

  • Collaborate - Provide your employees with the tools to colloborate, Be open.

    Social Media Strategy | Online PR | Proactive Report | Sally Falkow

  • Work in a light filled loft space conducive to creativity and colloborate with design professionals. -

  • But at the minimum, I learned I could colloborate with someone else, we both some some good, satisfying real-life pitch experience, and we put ourselves out there.


  • Exelixis of the USA and Germany's Boehringer Ingelheim have signed an agreement which will see the firms colloborate to discover, develop and commercialise autoimmune disease therapies.

    PharmaTimes World News

  • The upcoming Savage DVD is much like the one for The Ultimate Warrior (also on bad terms with Vince) where the main subject had no input on the documentary (unlike say, Bret Hart, who mended fences with Vince [but not HBK] to help colloborate on the Bret Hart DVD, which was initally going to be a rip job like the Warrior DVD was).

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  • They colloborate with product managers and project managers.

    MSDN Blogs

  • The service allows scientists and researchers to organise and store papers within the cloud and provides the tools for them to not only discover and download some of the 25,000 currently on offer for free but to connect and colloborate too.

    The Next Web

  • I would like to colloborate with someone that could integrate the book with the CP article, without plagiarizing the book.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Please let us know if there are still opportunities to colloborate.

    always learning


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