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  • adv. In a cooperative manner; working with others on a task as part of a team.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in close cooperation


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  • You’re not seriously suggesting that making appeals to individual people to drive cooperatively is less efficient than government regulation of traffic signals, are you?

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  • Walcott, Wallace and Price "cooperatively" turned themselves in after warrants were obtained Tuesday, according to the police statement.

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  • If co-ops could bargain with them collectively (make that "cooperatively"), they could demand substantial savings.

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  • While the fundamental risk remained Global Thermonuclear War prosecuted by one or both of the only nation-states capable of accomplishing such a civilization-threatening feat single-handedly or 'cooperatively', the contributing risks represented by escalation and alliances opened a larger number of paths from the status quo to the unthinkable outcome and some of those paths had distinctly lower thresholds standing between origin and outcome.

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  • Some have chosen to work "cooperatively," where unions have membership on quality councils and participate fully in planning, implementation, and evaluation of the entire effort.

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  • The public works unions are also working "cooperatively" with the BPW, Latest Headlines

  • "cooperatively" to solve international problems, moving away from the Bush strategy of irresponsible "unilateralism."

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  • In nearly all of his films, work—in particular direct, physical labor carried out cooperatively and for the community rather than for individual gain—is portrayed as noble, while the desire for material comforts and luxuries is shown as the source of corruption.

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  • In a music industry that is quickly changing, Honor Roll Music recognizes that torrent search engines such as Isohunt should not be vilified, but rather worked with cooperatively in order to reach millions of music fans eager to discover and download new music.

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  • Businesses that are owned cooperatively, through employee stock ownership, or by community development corporations.

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