cooperate


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work together

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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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Three other MoUs were inked to cooperate in organ transplantation, technical cooperation in civil aviation, and between the Foreign Service Institute of India and the Diplomatic Academy of Spain.
Accordingly, the two sides have agreed to cooperate in upstream and downstream areas in petroleum industry in topics like study of reservoirs, enhanced oil recovery, gas sweetening and emission of pollutants.
The conventional wisdom is that women cooperate more easily, but when you look at how armies or sports teams function, there is evidence that men are better at cooperating in some ways.
Indeed, the company may cooperate to prosecute you.
Securities and Exchange Commission, seeking documents related to "certain loss mitigation products" GE said the SEC request is "general in nature" and both companies said they intend to cooperate fully.
9, 2004, the following firm was terminated from the AICPA peer review program for failure to cooperate with the AICPA Peer Review Board.
In the same issue of Nature, researchers highlight another set of interactions, called the snowdrift game, in which players have incentives both to cooperate and to exploit each other.
They pledged to cooperate ecumenically for fair and just trade agreements and an economy that "serves life.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-15 April 2004-Finnish communications ministry allows 3G operators to cooperate in reaching required network coverage(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-18 March 2003-Finnish social democratic MPs want to cooperate with center party - poll(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
However, absent prior contact indicating that a paraphernalia shop owner will cooperate, investigators first should make a case against the store before "quietly" approaching the owner away from the business.
Crompton will continue to cooperate with the authorities.
If Iraq fails to cooperate (as it has done for 10 years), then what?
It is never licit to cooperate formally in evil--for example, directly participate in an act against innocent human life or collaborate in the creation or application of a seriously unjust law, such as one permitting abortion or euthanasia.
After she continued to cooperate with anti-IRA efforts, McConville became one of 10 civilians in Belfast murdered and secretly buried by the "Unknowns," a secret cell within the IRA set up by Adams to carry out special tasks.