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collaborate with (someone or something)

To work on a task with another person or group. Which department are we collaborating with on this campaign?
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collaborate with someone or something

to work together on something with someone or a group. I will collaborate with Amy on this research. I was forced to collaborate with a totally uninformed committee.
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C) a party unilaterally terminating the collaborative law process, with or without cause, by
That is, students had the most positive attitudes toward instructional interaction, affective, collaborative, and vicarious interactions in that order; that is, they had the least positive (slightly negative) attitudes toward vicarious interaction.
The CEC program sets out among its primary objectives to (a) enhance the academic, personal/ social, and career development of elementary school youth; (b) initiate an intervention-based research initiative that directly benefits the unmet educational needs of elementary students; and (c) establish and nurture collaborative relationships with university-school partners by providing an opportunity for university faculty, graduate students, and school district professionals to integrate an innovative model of intervention and research.
While this is a challenge to a mediator, it is much less of a problem in the collaborative process, where lawyers intervene directly to head off an unreasonable position or redirect or absorb undue emotion.
Women in collaborative care had a higher rate than others of normal vaginal delivery (81% vs.
Well-designed online collaborative learning projects provide students with unique and highly motivating learning experiences that would not be available to them within the traditional classroom walls.
Balanced Scorecard Functional Standards were announced on September 30, 1999 by Balanced Scorecard Collaborative.
H1: Student cultural orientations affect student satisfaction with collaborative learning.
Four questions focus the data analysis: 1) To what degree are the district and the schools perceived to be hierarchical or collaborative in their approach to decision making?
Within a few weeks, the pianist was prepared, and we met for the first collaborative lesson.
ENOVIA VPLM V5R17 extends the power of collaboration with integrated PLM sourcing - In V5R17 Collaborative Enterprise Sourcing (CES)(*) combines engineering and sourcing functions into one collaborative desktop environment, enabling design for supply, parts reuse and obsolescence management early on and throughout the product lifecycle.
While discovering how to combine new learning with acquired and developed skills within a new teaching position, successful results in student learning manifest due to supportive and collaborative efforts.
BOSTON -- The eRx Collaborative announced today that in June nearly 8,000 electronic prescriptions changed as a result of drug-drug or drug-allergy alerts, which is approximately 2 percent of electronic prescriptions written by Collaborative prescribers.
This essay presents theory and field investigation that supports the argument for more collaborative learning in writing instruction.
The S/L/A/M Collaborative, an architectural firm that specializes in education, science & technology, and health care, has been awarded three new campus projects from the State University of New York (SUNY) and one project from the University of Georgia.
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