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copartner

a partner or associate, esp an equal partner in business
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Private School" means a nonpublic school defined as an individual, association, copartnership, or corporation, or department, division, or section of such organizations, that designates itself as an educational center that includes kindergarten or a higher grade or as an elementary, secondary, business, technical, or trade school below college level or any organization that provides instructional services that meet the intent of Fla.
Darrin, the court reviewed a copartnership agreement among majority shareholders.
I Wee award Mr Edward Packer to resigne over all his right, tytle, & interest, which doth belong to him of the said Plantation, goods & chattles, or of any of the Estate, thing or things, that is in Copartnership betweene Captain Samuel Tilghman, Henry Parnell & the said Edward Packer unto Mr Henry Parnell within fowrteene days.
Recently Moor Pool was awarded a history plate by the Birmingham Civic Society marking the estate's creation more than 100 years ago as the first copartnership housing association.
By transferring the estate over to Bournville Village Trust in 1900, George Cadbury introduced the principles of ownership and copartnership into English housing.
Notice is hereby given, that the Copartnership entered into between William Hutchinson, Samuel Terry, Thomas William Winder, George Williams, William Leverton, and Daniel Cooper, in the above Concern, is entirely confined to the GRINDING, and BUYING, and SELLING of WHEAT and CORN; and does not extend to any other Branch or Trade or Merchandize whatsoever.
That is what the biblical metaphor of "covenanting" (Brueggemann, 1979) is all about: God's Faithful Presence with us and all of creation, in the midst of suffering, brokenness, and evil, graciously inviting and empowering us to an on-going and dynamic copartnership of love, creativity and healing.