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coop

1
a wicker basket for catching fish

coop

2, co-op
a cooperative, cooperative society, or shop run by a cooperative society
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The nesting boxes were attached to the outside of the coop to make it easy for my wife to collect eggs without having to enter the coop.
Gear Coop is establishing itself as the outdoor retailer for every type of outdoor enthusiast.
Clerides said the Coops so far did not notify borrowers of their loans in arrears.
To learn about these patterns, Ralph and Coop used ideas about the expected amount of genome shared between relatives of varying degrees of relatedness.
Ethier trap them or wait until they are asleep at night, then just pick them up and put them in the coop, if he can reach them.
ANOTHER goshawk has been caught sneaking into a South Wales chicken coop - the second in just two months.
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Despite this increased incentive for effective COOP programs, recent studies by Marsan and GAO have pointed out major gaps in implementation.
The Swiss retailer is investing 100 million Swiss francs of its own cash into the price-cutting campaign this year, Coop Chief Executive Officer Hansueli Loosli said.
These positions gave rise to many different forms of expression, from the cool abstraction of Eisenman to the hot expressionism of Libeskind; from the ironic modernisms of Koolhaas, Tschumi, and Hadid to the laconic bricolage of Gehry and Coop Himmelb(I)au.
According to Coop America, nearly 95 percent of magazines print on paper with no recycled content, condemning 17 million trees to death by the saw each year.
NLC had filed an amicus or friend of the court brief on behalf of Rochester; the United States filed an amicus brief on behalf of the coop claiming that municipal annexation or condemnation authority of rural electric coop territory is preempted by federal law.