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co-respondent

in English practice, the alleged paramour of the spouse in a divorce action who is designated on the summons and served with the papers as well as the spouse.
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Foreign corespondents in Tokyo came to dub the economic slump in Japan the 'invisible recession' because even at the peak, many shops and restaurants were still bustling.
A group of Afghan men had broken into their sleeping accommodation and got into the room of one of the corespondents.
Secondly, despite the scarcity of social information in a Computer-Mediated Context, we found in this experiment that it is possible to create similarity between two corespondents in an e-mail interaction.
Tarabotti has several female corespondents (some of whom, like Pighetti, have a connection to the literary world), but the majority of the remaining 247 missives are directed to male writers, members of the French diplomatic community in Venice (who, prohibited from interacting with Venetian aristocracy for fear of espionage, often turned to the convents for conversation (29)), leaders (including Cardinal Jules Mazarin of France and two doges of Venice), and a very few religious figures.
Registration fees for the meeting, which is expected to draw lenders, corespondents and secondary market specialists from across the country, are $445 for TOHILA members and $550 for nonmembers.