cooperatives[ koh-op-er-uh-tiv, -op-ruh-tiv, -op-uh-rey-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF cooperatives
Synonyms for cooperatives
- rat pack
Antonyms for cooperatives
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COOPERATIVES
Closely akin to the cooperatives, and of much older origin, were the Zemstvos.
In these brief stories are written a hundred lessons that cooperatives should heed.
Like other cooperatives, the cafeteria has found the need for expert and trained workers in place of the hard-pressed volunteer.
A third significant development is the adoption by cooperatives of the best methods of management and accounting.
Cooperatives appealed to Susan as they did to many labor leaders as the best means of freeing labor.
Furthermore, unions and other associations may be formed within public organizations and cooperatives.
There is no longer any excuse for cooperatives to follow the blind into the pit.
Until this had been done the cooperatives had small chance of succeeding.