co-operatively


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co-operatively

[kəʊˈɒpərətɪvli] adv [work] → en coopération
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From Michigan to Merthyr and Bangkok to Brecon, people are benefiting from working co-operatively.'
Crystal Chronicles is designed to be played by four people co-operatively, which is a nice, if impractical, thought.
Ed Mayo, secretary-general of Co-operatives UK, said: "Co-operatives Fortnight is a celebration of an alternative economy and a chance for Yorkshire and Humber consumers to buy, bank, invest and work co-operatively.
Selling co-operatively means that farmers can benefit from our brand name 'Celtic Pride' which is being positioned at the quality end of the market.
Over 100 co-operatively owned ventures have been established and for almost two hours I was a guest on Radio Libre, based in one of the biggest barrios (shanty towns) in Caracas, a city of over four million.
'This publication aims to introduce the concept and the benefits of working co-operatively.'
For the first time, you play two characters - switching co-operatively between them - to solve many of the (often fiendishly difficult) puzzles.
Dr Len Arthur, director of WIRC, said, 'Co-operatively owned businesses make a very distinctive contribution to the Welsh economy.
And this from a Government that promised in its manifesto to "restore the NHS as a public service, working co-operatively for patients, not a commercial business driven by competition."