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COOPCooperative (IRB)
COOPContinuity of Operations Plan
COOPContinuity of Operations
COOPCooperativa (Italian)
COOPCare of the Older Person
COOPCooperative Observer Program (National Weather Service)
COOPConcurrent Object-Oriented Programming
COOPC++ Object Oriented Programming
COOPContinuation of Operations
COOPCountry of Origin Principle (EU)
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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Here were we, drawn together by mutual rage and the impulse toward cooperation, led off into forgetfulness by the establishment of a rude rhythm.
"My faith in the success of the enterprise is such that I am willing to trust to it," he wrote, "and I have confidence that we shall establish the harmony and cooperation that is essential to the success of an enterprise of this kind." One week later the young man, Theodore N.
Nioche intimated with a sigh that Mademoiselle Noemie did not bring to this task that zealous cooperation which might have been desired.
How find a straight road of progress, you men of science, of industry, of cooperation, of trades unions, and all the rest?
On Tuesday evening I received telegrams from both Colonel Ross, the owner of the horse, and from Inspector Gregory, who is looking after the case, inviting my cooperation.
Now, my dear fellow, in the matter of these explanations, we have, if I may ask for your cooperation, a hard and dangerous night's work in front of us.
As stated in the document: "The main focus of [the Thompson Memorandum] is increased emphasis on and scrutiny of the authenticity of a corporation's cooperation" with prosecutors.
A feeble attempt at cooperation between the two bodies failed, and Southern Baptists saw money for domestic missions dwindle in the years 1866 to 1877 from a high of over $38,000 to a low of $16,816.64.
Since September 11, 2001, a defining moment in history for our nation and the world, one thing became abundantly clear: There is no substitute for cooperation with allies and friends as we wage the global battle to defeat terrorism.
Both had a strong sense that a unique context for interreligious cooperation had developed in India as a result of Gandhian non-violent pressures to put an end to the British colonial occupation of South Asia.
Other political concerns, such as the water sharing dispute with Syria and its support of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK); Iran's support of the PKK and Islamic fundamentalists in Turkey; and Turkey's developing security cooperation with Israel, adversely affected its trade links with the region.
Scientists predict that understanding of bacterial cooperation and communication will yield medical breakthroughs.
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