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collaboration

Working together on a project. See collaborative software, collaborative browsing, groupware and CSCW.
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The statement said that the two collaborators did not turn themselves to the Hamas authorities during the amnesty period which ended last April.
Those alleged collaborators who are murdered are even denied burial in Muslim cemeteries.
Hans Blaschek and collaborators (UIUC, Urbana) reported the high tolerance of this bacterium to acidic pH, and the presence and formation of biofilms in cilantro and parsley samples treated with produce wash and water.
It demonstrates that even with protracted dialogue, collaborators can acquire familiarity and produce an end product that accommodates different viewpoints without fundamentally changing conceptual orientations by integrating new perspectives.
Spergel and his collaborators examined whether the dodecahedron satisfies a criterion called the circle test.
Through collaborators at UC Santa Cruz, Lexis Nexis serial titles are imported (accounting for close to 6,000 records).
Weaver, a member of her current company and an accomplished Bay Area choreographer in his own right, says that for him Jenkins's incorporation of her dancers, own movement inventions is a main reason he joined her company last January: "I like the feeling that I get to contribute a great deal and that I get my primary creative side fed while having the privilege to work with collaborators of very high caliber.
Using a set of filters similar to those employed by Hu's team, Arjun Dey of the National Optical Astronomy Observatories in Tucson and his collaborators recently found three extremely distant galaxies, he told Science News.
Tonry of the University of Hawaii in Honolulu, one of Riess' collaborators.
Steidel and his collaborators gathered such multiwavelength portraits at three observatories: the William Herschel Telescope in the Canary Islands, Spain, the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in La Serena, Chile, and Palomar Observatory near Escondido, Calif.
the risk that competitors will discover and develop signaling pathway-based or other competing therapeutics faster and more successfully than the Company and its collaborators are able to;