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COOPCooperation
COOPCooperative (IRB)
COOPContinuity of Operations Plan
COOPContinuity of Operations
COOPCooperativa (Italian)
COOPCooperate
COOPCooperative Observer Program (National Weather Service)
COOPConcurrent Object-Oriented Programming
COOPCoastal Ocean Processes
COOPCoastal Ocean Observation Panel
COOPContingency Of Operations Plan
COOPCook's Petrel (bird species)
COOPCraft Of Opportunity Program
COOPContinuity of Operations Procedure
COOPCLIVAR Ocean Observing Panel
COOPConsideration of Others Program (US Army Intelligence and Security Command Human Relations Program)
COOPCritically Out of Position
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Meanwhile, in an exclusive conversation with Geo News, former Pakistan opener Nasir Jamshed has denied allegations against him and expressed his willingness to cooperate with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
He said that the two bodies will also cooperate in studies on Yadavaran field.
The question we wanted to examine was: Do men or women cooperate better with members of their own sex?
An official said, 'If they continue to refuse to cooperate we will contact the Central Bank to publish the names of these banks.
He wrote that a major hurdle for the SEC is its "inability to provide sufficient incentives to cooperate.
At the same time, Israel is expected to declare its readiness to cooperate with a team that is to be appointed by the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, and headed by New Zeland's former president Geoffrey Paler, and including members from the United States, Israel and Turkey.
It also said that it would only cooperate in a missile defense system if NATO included its ideas in the final plan, reported Reuters.
GAIL and Bharat have agreed to cooperate and examine various options available for the transmission and distribution of Bharat's gas through existing and new pipeline networks owned by GAIL.
We have not received any document request but plan to cooperate fully with this investigation.
Monique Moret, a former vice president for the public relations firm, testified that she agreed to cooperate with the federal government's investigation into fraudulent billing at Fleishman-Hillard to secure immunity from prosecution herself.
A typical deferred prosecution agreement might include an indictment of the company, a requirement that it admit guilt, a large fine and/or restitution to victims (usually shareholders), some form of external monitoring and agree to cooperate in the prosecution of responsible individuals.