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  • 181Stucco Co-operative — STUCCO Housing Co operative is the first and only student housing co operative in Australia, although other types of housing co operatives are relatively common there. STUCCO reflects the left wing principles of Stucco s founders.… …

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  • 182Shepley Co-operative Society — Infobox Co operative company name = Shepley Co operative Society Ltd company company type = Consumer Co operative foundation = location = Shepley, Huddersfield, UK key people = M. Green, Secretary area served = Shepley, Yorkshire members =… …

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  • 183European Association of Co-operative Banks — The European Association of Co operative Banks (EACB) is the supranational body for co operative banks, with member national governing bodies in 23 countries and an associate member in Switzerland. The mission of the EACB is to represent and… …

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  • 184COOPERS - Co-operative Systems for Intelligent Road Safety — COOPERS stands for CO OPerative SystEms for Intelligent Road Safety and is a European research and development (R D) and innovation activity within the Call 4 (Co operative Systems and in vehicle integrated safety systems) of the 6th Framework… …

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  • 185National Society of Operative Printers and Assistants — The National Society of Operative Printers and Assistants (NATSOPA) was a British trade union. Formed as part of the New Unionism movement in September 1889, the union was originally named the Printers Labourers Union and was led by George Evans …

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  • 186Murrumbidgee Co-operative Milling — Former Murrumbidgee Co operative Milling building Murrumbidgee Co operative Milling was built in 1890 in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales. After the Co operative closed its operation in the 1980s the site was sold in 1987 to Goodman Fielder,… …

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  • 187Europäische Agentur für die operative Zusammenarbeit an den Außengrenzen — Sitz der Frontex in Warschau Die Europäische Agentur für die operative Zusammenarbeit an den Außengrenzen (kurz Frontex, aus dem Französischen für Frontières extérieures) ist eine Gemeinschaftsagentur der Europäischen Union mit Sitz in… …

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  • 188credit co-operative — ➔ co operative * * * credit co operative UK US (also credit cooperative) noun [C] (also savings and credit co operative) ► FINANCE a financial organization owned and controlled by its members, who can borrow at low interest rates from an amount… …

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  • 189housing co-operative — ➔ co operative * * * housing co operative UK US noun [C] also INFORMAL housing co op) PROPERTY ► in the UK, houses or apartments owned by a group of people who rent them to others at a low cost: »Living in a housing co operative can be a good way …

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  • 190industrial co-operative — ➔ co operative * * * industrial co operative UK US (also industrial cooperative) noun [C] WORKPLACE ► a manufacturing business that is owned and managed by the people who work in it: »We have found that the industrial co operative, in a market… …

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  • 191(the) operative word — the operative word phrase used for referring to the most important word in a sentence The treatment sometimes works, but the operative word is ‘sometimes’. Thesaurus: types of wordhyponym Main entry: operative * * * the operative word idiom used… …

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  • 192(the) Co-operative Group — the Co operative Group [the Co operative Group] (also the Co op ; ) a company set up in 1863 by members of the ↑Co operative Movement to produce and buy goods, and sell them in special shops. It now has ↑ …

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  • 193New Zealand Co-operative Party — The New Zealand Co operative Party was a short lived political party in New Zealand. It was founded in 1942 by anti socialist political organiser Albert Davy after he left the People s Movement. Davy had previously managed a number of successful… …

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  • 194Kaira District Co-operative Milk Producers' Union — Limited was the First Co operative Milk Producers Union started in Gujarat, formed in Kheda district, whose founding chairman was social worker, Tribhovandas Patel. It s success, also known as Anand Pattern led to creation of District Co… …

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  • 195St. Cuthbert's Co-operative Society — The St. Cuthbert s Co operative Society opened its first shop in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1859 as a Consumers co operative. This society was part of the movement started by the Rochdale Pioneers in 1844, and followed the Rochdale Principles with… …

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  • 196Colombian National Police Operative Directorate — This box: view · talk · edit …

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  • 197List of United Kingdom Labour and Labour Co-operative MPs 2005- — This is a list of current Labour Party and Labour Co operative Members of Parliament (MPs) elected to the British House of Commons. The names in bold are the leaders of their party, the names in italics are the current Speaker and Deputy Speakers …

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  • 198Slipway Co-operative — The Slipway Co operative Ltd is a boat building and restoration company based at the Underfall Yard in Bristol, England. The Co operative was founded in 2002 by Win Cnoops, and the company undertakes the build of new, and repairs and restores… …

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  • 199Plymouth & South West Co-operative Society — Infobox Co operative company name = Plymouth South West Co operative Society Ltd company company type = Consumers Co operative foundation = 1859 location = Plymouth key people = area served = Cornwall, Devon members = 130,000 industry = products …

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  • 200Co-operative living arrangements — occur when three or more unrelated people chose to live together and share a common residential structure. Typically, in these co ops, several people occupy a single dwelling unit, such as a large house, with each person (or couple) having a… …

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