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work together

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help

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to work together toward a common end

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work together on a common enterprise of project

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Co-operators General Insurance Company (Co-operators) has reported its financial results.
Along with his co-operators Kastriot Haxhirexha, Abedin Zimberi, Fatmir Etemi and other activists, he attended Thursday BDI's convention while BDI leader Ali Ahmeti saluted this, adding that they under-stood BDI's mission on time.
Retiring to Wales in 1986 she established the Newport U3A, the Welsh Food Alliance, the Welsh Progressive Co-operators and the social co-operative movement in Wales.
We anticipate significant benefits from leveraging Guidewire Rating Management and Guidewire Reinsurance Management," said Sandra Baskerville, vice president, Common Systems Development, The Co-operators.
After years of bitter and costly feuding between co-operators at East Midtown Plaza, the state's highest court has upheld two lower courts decisions to prevent the Mitchell-Lama co-op complex from going private.
She remained a dedicated member for the next 16 years before joining the National Guild of Co-operators, which is open to both men and women, in 1979.
In the study, the scientists addressed the question how cooperative behaviour could evolve using a game called the prisoner's dilemma, which considers two types of players - co-operators who pay a cost to help others, and defectors who avoid paying the cost, while reaping benefits from the co-operators they interact with.
Establish and maintain communication links among and between donors institutions, R&D co-operators and institutions and other stakeholders with respect to the project (technical progress, financial matters etc)
Dutch train company Abellio, co-operators of Merseyrail, are among bidders for the new 14 year London-Liverpool contract, currently with Virgin.
the company's buyers Canadabased Central 1 Credit Union and Co-Operators Life Insurance Co.
Because in this way they present to all an example of unfailing and generous love, they build up the brotherhood of charity, and they stand as witnesses and co-operators of the fruitfulness of Mother Church, as a sign of and a share in that love with which Christ loved his Bride and gave himself for her" (Lumen gentium, 41).
A leading Canadian insurance company, The Co-operators wished to revive its brand after a difficult few years for the whole industry.
from Colin Richell, National Federation of Progressive Co-operators