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In Definitions

What is 'cooperation'?

Co-Operation is the process of working or acting together, willingness to cooperate, to help out or get involved, including others, encouraging, sharing, working together and (MORE)
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What is a cooperative?

The cooperative is a type of shop, which sells food and things. Or, in real estate law, a cooperative is a multi-family dwelling in which ownership is accomplished by buying s (MORE)
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What Cooper of the Cooper Clan is the best?

Samuel cooper, of course ! he is the main character on the Sly Cooper series and he can perform so many flips maybe his other clan could, but he could even find the Cooper Vau (MORE)
In Industries and Professions

What is a cooper?

A cooper is someone who makes wooden staved barrels. They are held together with steel bands. barrel maker
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What is the symbol for Cooper?

The symbol for copper is CU. Its atomic number is 29. In addition,its melting point is 1,984 degrees Fahrenheit.
In Explorers and Expeditions

What does a Cooper do on a caravel?

What does the caravel do they do what are the significance of the first nations people to the fort langley and how or why are ther important to us very much answer that questi (MORE)
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What were cooperatives?

A cooperative is a business organization owned and operated by a group of individuals for their mutual benefit.
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What is cooperatives objectives?

the objective of cooperative movement is by the members for the members and of the members
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All cooperative societies are cooperation but not all cooperation are cooperative discuss?

Cooperation is broad meaning, actually cooperative societies are emerge for the real cooperation. Cooperation are defined by a systematic guidelines and manner. Specified mann (MORE)
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What is cooperative?

The official definition of the word cooperative is "involvingmutual assistance in working toward a common goal."