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Evolutionary models, for example, have shown that competition promotes the ability to think about other minds more strongly than cooperation.

In addition, they are gaining increasing levels of cooperation from exchanges, which face government pressure and want greater legitimacy.

Agreement by researchers to publish the virus genome in January set the stage for global scientific cooperation, many believed.

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Doing so requires the cooperation of many people — from scientists and conservation organizations to governments and local residents — as well as a bit of luck.

These approaches have won cooperation from the citizenry when it comes to wearing face masks and other behavioral changes.

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“This new generation of leaders can make cooperation sexy,” Olikara told me.

We ought to seek Chinese cooperation in a response to this North Korean act of aggression.

Much can be accomplished even without the cooperation of a conservative Congress.

The mantra in Washington is to “manage” differences with Beijing and find areas of cooperation.

Under unusually blue skies in Beijing, the American and Chinese presidents vow cooperation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The Commission appreciates the cooperation you and Western Union have shown.

He arrests, punishes and banishes, where there is trace of cooperation or connection with Deserter Fritz and his schemes.

So for the first time the race of man began to learn what international cooperation meant.

We have recently perfected an organization of these with a view to cooperation among States and with the Federal departments.

For moral and social as well as industrial protection it begs cooperation.


On this page you'll find 85 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cooperation, such as: aid, assistance, collaboration, participation, partnership, and service.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.