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Synonyms for cooperate

work together

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help

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Synonyms for cooperate

to work together toward a common end

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Synonyms for cooperate

work together on a common enterprise of project

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My cooperating teacher] does a lot of last minute planning, so sometimes it's not clear to me how we are going to run class and how I fit in, if I'm suppose to.
Last September, Russia did not object to cooperating in missile defense, but it questioned the system the U.
From October 2003 to September 19, 2007, the cooperating witness gave Ranjha and his associates a total of $2,208,000 in government funds in order to transfer the monies abroad through "Hawala," using a network of persons and businesses to transfer money across domestic and international borders without reliance upon conventional banking systems and regulations.
In this situation, the University Supervisor will usually know all of the Cooperating Teachers in the area and have forged a positive relationship with each of them.
The following study documents the professional development of five cooperating teachers participating in a PDS collaboration, as seen through the eyes of the participants.
While many companies pay employees' legal fees, by doing so for an individual who has effectively been offered up in exchange for a deferred prosecution, it may be perceived that the company is not cooperating.
Your mentor for student teaching is known as the cooperating teacher.
Steve has accepted responsibility for his role at Fleishman-Hillard and is fully cooperating with the government in its investigation and prosecution of others who may have been involved,'' said his attorney, Ellyn Garofalo, with the Westwood firm of Liner, Yankelevitz, Sunshine & Regenstreif.
was terminated from the AICPA peer review program for not cooperating with the AICPA Peer Review Board regarding the firm's failure to correct material deficiencies noted during its peer review.
But in a small population--say, 10--the two tit-for-tat players have an excellent chance of encountering each other, cooperating, and getting a high payoff.
Canadian churches had already been cooperating through bodies related to social service, religious education, evangelism and overseas mission," it said.
Two types of nonprofit organizations, cooperating associations and friends groups, provide substantial support to the national parks.
Evidence from cooperating subjects revealed that shop owners also would advance paraphernalia to their larger drug customers and await payment until after the drugs were sold.
The estate of a cooperating witness in a murder investigation brought civil rights, civil rights conspiracy, and state law claims against a police officer and city.
Crompton, Middlebury, CT, announced it is cooperating with competition authorities in the U.