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cosignatory

a person, country, etc., that signs a documentjointly with others.
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SAMA is a co-signatory to the demand by the group called Physician's for Human Rights to the Bahraini King to stop trials and punishment of doctors in Bahrain.
The central bank of Malawi has said that it would be a co-signatory to an offshore account held by a unit of Paladin Energy Ltd (PDN).
INVITATION: Durham Dr Bishop Tom said: "Durham has in recent years become a major global centre for ecumenical work and the close interlinking of Cathedral and University means that Durham is well-placed to host an event which is simultaneously academic and ecumenically spiritual." The University's vice-chancellor and co-signatory to the letter, Professor Chris Higgins, added: "The strong academic and ecumenical background of this invitation means there is simply no more appropriate place in the country to host such an academic lecture than Durham.
A spokesperson for the North East Process Industry Cluster, which was a co-signatory to the letter, said it could not comment on TDG's actions.
As a result, the co-signatory was contacted and the transaction was reversed.
BEIJING - The European co-signatory of a rare petition submitted by international business groups to Premier Wen Jiabao asking that China reconsider a controversial rule on Internet filtering software said Tuesday there has been no reply.
The racing industry should be a co-signatory, because any government move that damages bookmaking is liable equally to hurt the sport that depends on a vibrant betting market for its major funding..
Currently, councillors via bodies like Centro have a say in specifying service levels for regional rail networks as a co-signatory to the franchise agreements.
The mum-of-three was the only paid, full-time member of the organisation and was given blank cheques signed by a co-signatory.
Marshall was co-signatory to the Red Rose account along with the constituency party treasurer Liz Wilson.
Russia continues to insist that America abide by the terms of the 1972 ABM treaty -- despite the fact that the co-signatory of that treaty, the Soviet Union, no longer exists.
Minister of Canadian Heritage Sheila Copps was a co-signatory.