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co-operatively

[kəʊˈɒpərətɪvli] adv [work] → en coopération
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The Department of State Development is continuing to work co-operatively with Alinta Energy to finalise a rehabilitation plan for the mine site.
All Sikh Gurdwaras work co-operatively to ensure that over 25,000 people enjoy the celebration of Vasakhi.
Authorised persons must deal with the DFSA openly and co-operatively and must disclose appropriately and in a timely manner any relevant information.
Mr Ian Johnston, Chief Executive of the DFSA said: "Authorised Persons must deal with the DFSA openly and co-operatively, and must disclose appropriately and in a timely manner any relevant information.
Ian Johnston, chief executive of the DFSA, said: "Authorised persons must deal with the DFSA openly and co-operatively, and must disclose appropriately and in a timely manner any relevant information.
This is a hugely challenging time for the industry that will require us all -- industry, government and the new regulator -- to work co-operatively and collaboratively to ensure we address the issues that face us.
As well as achieving first aid skills, the scheme allows young people to gain numerous personal skills, such as the ability to be assertive, to make decisions, to work independently and co-operatively, while increasing their selfconfidence.
In the immediate post-war era, the idea was to build a British world-beating Grand Prix racing car as a prestige project, developed co-operatively by the country's motor industry.
MUSIC fans have just hours left to try and raise the cash they need to transform an old Newcastle pub into the UK's first co-operatively owned jazz venue.
He also wished for all parties within the labour force to operate collectively and co-operatively to ensure the economic growth of Namibia so that it can become a financial hub of SADC and of Africa.
Deputy mayor Cllr Paul Brant said the council thanked the community for its understanding, adding: "They've worked very co-operatively with the council.
The study examines the ownership, usage and future of Britain's piers and highlights the crisis, offering a blueprint for their future revival as co-operatively owned assets for the benefit of the community.