coop in


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Verb1.coop 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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For his part, Brigadier Saif Muhair Al Mazroui, Director of Traffic Department at Dubai Police, praised the efforts of Union Coop in sponsoring the White Points Program.
The CSR Label recognises the distinguished efforts of Union Coop in the field of corporate social responsibility and its commitment to developing its practices in this field.
Your article about the portable and predator-proof chicken coop in the June/ July 2011 issue ("Build an Affordable, Portable and Predator-Proof Chicken Coop") makes some good points, but there are some tricky factors we discovered while using a variety of such coops during our farming years.
No one would be more plugged into this debate than Rabbi Andy Bachman, whose Congregation Beth Elohim is a few blocks from the Coop in Park Slope and who surely has plenty of congregants who buy their fresh produce there every week.
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.
The structures of agricultural coops vary, but typically, members furnish some or all of their crop to the coop in return for a proportional share of its profits.
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.