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Synonyms for cooperative

Synonyms for cooperative

working together toward a common end

Synonyms for cooperative

a jointly owned commercial enterprise (usually organized by farmers or consumers) that produces and distributes goods and services and is run for the benefit of its owners

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an association formed and operated for the benefit of those using it

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involving the joint activity of two or more

done with or working with others for a common purpose or benefit

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willing to adjust to differences in order to obtain agreement

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Wesley Savings and Multi-Purpose Cooperative, San Isidro, Isabela
Agriculture Minister added that the National Cooperative Development Corporations provides assistance to the cooperatives for their overall development, which includes grants and loans from the Government.
The database is designed to be useful for cooperative promoters, educators, members, management, directors, accountants, lawyers, policymakers, regulatory entities and scholars.
The electric cooperatives (ECs), primarily those in the Visayas region, which were afflicted by the wrath of super typhoon Yolanda, can finally heave a sigh of relief following the Department of Budget and Management's (DBM) release of P3.
Since joining NCB in 1980, Silver has been an unstoppable force within the Bank and industry in the development of cooperative programs.
Since the establishment of the first cooperative in 150 years ago, there has been a tremendous growth in developing cooperatives throughout the world.
The challenge for many cooperative developers described by expert panel member and long time cooperative developer, John Zippert who is Program Director of the Federation of Southern States, is to bring together social and economic justice.
Milner, Planters Telephone Cooperative; Wayne Dixon, Roger Lord, Progressive Rural Telephone Cooperative, Inc.
Cooperative learning promotes individual accountability (Dyson & Grineski, 2001; Dyson & Rubin, 2003; Grineski, 1996; Sonnier-York & Stanford, 2002), higher academic achievement, learning retention, student involvement and positive social interactions (Gillies & Ashman, 1998; McManus & Gettinger, 1996; Quinn, 2002; Slavin, 1995; Smith, 1997).
Scholars and community activists called for more research on cooperatives in response to a Department of Agriculture hearing in September, beseeching officials to study urban and worker-owned co-ops among different racial groups.
distribution, each of the cooperative's three members will authorize its grower-shareholders to sell produce to the cooperative at an arm's-length price.
Although this essay contributes to several streams in recent scholarship, my greatest interest in cooperative nursery schools centers on the meaning of civic association in the postwar suburbs.
The aim of T this study was to investigated how cooperative learning promoted the academic success of elementary African American males in grades 3 through 6 in a rural school in Mississippi This study presents viewpoints based on these students' perception of what influenced academic achievement.
A cooperative is a collaborative organization that provides records and information services to two or more taxing entities of local government.
In recent years, limited resources of Caribbean governments have compelled them to join the United States in a cooperative posture toward combating drug trafficking.
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