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cosignatory

1. a person, country, etc., that signs a document jointly with others
2. signing jointly with another or others
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He was a passionate believer in serving the community - and in 2008 was a co-signatory of a letter to the then First Minister, Rhodri Morgan, which was highly critical of wind farm policy, its costs and the damage it might inflict on the Welsh landscape.
Head teacher (HT) is the co-chairperson and co-signatory and a teacher member of a school council.
At the International Telecommunication Union's (ITU) recent World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) in Dubai, China was co-signatory to a Russia-authored proposal that called for an end to the US control of Internet addressing and asserted a desire to control Web access more tightly.
SAMA is a co-signatory on the World Medical Association statement condemning the behaviour of the Bahraini Government in October 2011.
Co-signatory Rwanda National Congress (RNC) is made up largely of former comrades-in-arms of President Paul Kagame.
Global Banking News-November 30, 2011--Malawi Central Bank agrees to be co-signatory for Paladin account(C)2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
to clip PRC's wings does not end with propping up India as a bulwark but also entails coercing Pakistan to keep PRC away from the strategic port of Gwadar, which was constructed through Chinese funding, pressurizing Iran and Pakistan to ensure that PRC is not made a beneficiary and co-signatory of the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline and sabotaging the energy corridor running from PRC's Xinjiang province through Pakistan's Gilgit-Baltistan territory and onwards to Gawadar.
I thought it was interesting and significant that it was the first time I've seen a co-signatory letter from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and ourselves in making a single argument--I think that message was very strong.
The court was told that Metcalfe breached the trust of a visually-impaired co-signatory at the National Federation for the Blind whom he would ask to sign blank cheques.
He was released in 2008 and became a co-signatory of Charter 08, a political reform blueprint drafted by academics and rights advocates calling for government reform, according to mainland media reports.
would not be possible without the continued and excellent support of the UAE," co-signatory Andre Schneider said.
This event will take Abu Dhabi's marine leisure proposition to the world and will enable us to demonstrate, first hand, our powerful credentials to a highly influential professional yachting audience," said His Highness Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, Chairman, Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), the agreement's co-signatory.