coop in

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: in - confine in or as if in a coop; "she coops herself up in the library all day"
confine - prevent from leaving or from being removed
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Bagnet, being deeply convinced that to have a pair of fowls for dinner is to attain the highest pitch of imperial luxury, invariably goes forth himself very early in the morning of this day to buy a pair; he is, as invariably, taken in by the vendor and installed in the possession of the oldest inhabitants of any coop in Europe.
Joining The Coop in key positions are Chris Hegerfeld, VP of Licensing & Marketing; Joe Smith, CFO; Stacy Longstreet, Sr.
Rewe Group has acquired 39 small stores from Coop in south-west Germany to strengthen its coverage in that part of the country.
To test whether flies could be smuggling campylobacter into coops, Pedersen, his colleague Birthe Hald, and five other scientists collected and counted flies that entered a large Danish coop in July, which is peak fly season.
Coop in Norway, with revenue of 4 billion euros and a market share of 24% is the second largest food retailer of this north European country.
The coop in the beginning started as part of the Brevard County Fair Market Poultry Project, however is at present expanding to include rare heritage breeds of poultry.
The only time I've seen a snake around the coop in the past two years was when the only cat in there was a small kitten.