The nature of their actions makes it absolutely imperative that they fully cooperate.
When he was eventually caught after he'd been committing identity theft for five years, he agreed to cooperate with the FBI and became a successful consultant advising businesses about how to protect themselves from this crime.
While anorexia is usually treated on an in-patient basis, bulimia and binge-eating may be treated on an out-patient basis if the victim is willing to cooperate with the treatment.
One of the most effective forms of support for kids of divorce occurs naturally when they see their parents cooperate with one another towards finding the best solution.
Families must cooperate together to accomplish goals and live peacefully, whether that cooperation is part of chore duties, household maintenance, saving money, or other family tasks.
Some children achieve some control over bladder and/or bowel movements as early as nine months of age and are able to cooperate in controlling themselves to some degree by the age of 12 to 15 months.
Cooperate with, show tact towards, and compromise with other children, demonstrating the willingness to subordinate the self by modifying behavior and opinions in the interests of others.
It was decided to send an Achaean force to cooperate with the Roman general, and Polybius was selected to command the cavalry.
The growing self-confidence of the Austrian Sla y s was shown by the bluntness of their refusal to cooperate with the new Premier, Doctor von Seidler, whose offer of portfolios to their leaders drew from Count Tisza a strong protest in the Hungarian Parliament.
With such a hatred of Napoleon that European when a general coalition was formed against the Coalition, French emperor he was one of the first to join it 1804 (Dec. 3, 1804), pledging himself to send an army corps to cooperate with the English and Russians in driving the enemy out of Holland and Hanover.