co-op[ noun, adverb koh-op; verb koh-op, koh-op ]SEE DEFINITION OF co-op
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CO-OP
Then, when the lad was thirteen, she got him a job in the "Co-op."
Then, when the lad was thirteen, she got him a job in the "Co-op" office.
I'm afraid Greencastle is too small to do much with the co-op.
I could never remember an election in Port Sandor, or an election of officers in the Co-op.
Everybody who wasn't already in the Co-op hurried up and joined.
"There's going to be a special meeting of the Co-op," he said.
It was too much like the loss of the Claymore, which had made Ravick president of the Co-op.
It is not the Co-op wax; it is wax stored in an otherwise disused area.
When the captain gets paid for the wax he's turned over to the Co-op, he divides the money among the crew.
Well, if a captain wants his wax back, after it's been turned over for sale to the Co-op, can he get it?
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