noncooperative love

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  • adjective Not cooperative; uncooperative

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Examples

  • Those countries that were in attendance, however, have demanded a revised list of "noncooperative" countries by summer 2009.

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  • Those countries that were in attendance, however, have demanded a revised list of "noncooperative" countries by summer 2009.

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  • Those countries that were in attendance, however, have demanded a revised list of "noncooperative" countries by summer 2009.

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  • "noncooperative" offshore tax havens, the official said.

    NY Post: News

  • Stephen Harper has also met with Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe, who was also noncooperative.

    Opposition Ready To Show Nonconfidence In Government « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • Stephen Harper has also met with Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe, who was also noncooperative.

    2008 August « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • "Immigration is a federal law, and if we're asking the president for him not to cooperate in the implementation of this law through Homeland Security, through Border Patrol, through detention and a noncooperative stance by the United States government and the federal agencies, [it] would render much of this legislation moot and ineffective," he said.

    Amy Goodman: Boycotting Arizona's Racism

  • "Immigration is a federal law, and if we're asking the president for him not to cooperate in the implementation of this law through Homeland Security, through Border Patrol, through detention and a noncooperative stance by the United States government and the federal agencies, [it] would render much of this legislation moot and ineffective," he said.

    Amy Goodman: Boycotting Arizona's Racism

  • Stephen Harper has also met with Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe, who was also noncooperative.

    2008 August 30 « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • A hostile or simply noncooperative China, on the other hand, would make it that much more difficult for the United States and its allies to tame the most dangerous facets of globalization.

    Bringing China Into the Fold

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