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  • Cooperative child care was provided in a building built by the community itself.
  • The game features both single player and two-player cooperative play.
  • Though this common development took place, it neither followed a common time-line nor a cooperative path.
  • Within a few years radio cooperatives working along the same principles had started throughout the country.
  • Both of these modes support both single-player and two-player cooperative play.
  • Early development of park property was a cooperative effort between state and federal governments.
  • This cooperative tradition has also developed into a different direction than the traditional technology research done at the university.
  • A cooperative is a non-profit organization somewhat similar to a trade association.
  • Rural water systems are managed by community-based organization, including some cooperatives.
  • Community television stations are most commonly operated by non-profit groups or cooperatives.
  • He was then appointed as the minister for local government, rural development and cooperatives.
  • The college offers a five-year cooperative liberal arts and engineering program.
  • The most notable change from the original version is the loss of a true cooperative mode.
  • He won the election and took a special interest in housing cooperatives.
  • The game has a single player, two player in turn and two player cooperative modes.
  • For the first time housing cooperatives were formed to take advantage of newly developed land.
  • Players can either band together to complete cooperative missions, or split up into teams to battle against one another.
  • Most of the cooperatives lasted for only two or three years before returning to a more standard economic system.
  • In rural areas, local water cooperatives and water committees provide water supply services.
  • Many of these areas are managed under cooperative agreement with the National Park Service.
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Meaning of cooperative

  • noun 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
  • noun An association formed and operated for the benefit of those using it
  • adjective Done with or working with others for a common purpose or benefit
    a cooperative effort