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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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"Why, I've got a ship of my own!" she thought, more amused than frightened at her sudden change of condition; and then, as the coop climbed up to the top of a big wave, she looked eagerly around for the ship from which she had been blown.
Down into a valley between the waves the coop swept her, and when she climbed another crest the ship looked like a toy boat, it was such a long way off.
The coop did not toss around any more, but rode the waves more gently--almost like a cradle rocking--so that the floor upon which Dorothy stood was no longer swept by water coming through the slats.
So she sat down in a corner of the coop, leaned her back against the slats, nodded at the friendly stars before she closed her eyes, and was asleep in half a minute.
"Those venerable personages in the coop, too, seem very affably disposed.
Umm Al Quwain Coop has announced that 2.5 million stocks will be available for public trade, to increase investment in its retail sector.
LSpecialising in chicken and booze, Yard & Coop will be opening the doors of its two-storey restaurant on Hanover Street, close to Bem Brazil.
When you start out raising chickens, two of the most important things to decide are where you will build your coop and how many chickens it will house.
Then in the unlikely event of an issue with their purchase, they can request Google's help, and Google will work with My Chicken Coop and the customer to address the issue.
Minister Bathiudeen also said that his Ministry has allocated considerable funds to link coops to one million jobs program by kick-starting 150 mini-factories that would produce cottage handlooms to domestic and international markets.
A coop is an association of people who voluntarily bond together for mutual economic, social, and cultural uplift; its beneficiaries, mostly small farmers and fisherfolk and their families, avail of services such as marketing support, credit and loan facilities, new technology, adult education, livelihood, and scholarships for children, according to the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), the government regulatory agency for coops, created by Republic Act (RA) 6939 on March 10, 1990.