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comaker

n. when two or more people sign a check or a promissory note, each is a comaker, and each is liable for the entire amount to be paid. (See: maker)

comaker

noun certifier, coapplicant, coborrower, coratifier, cosignatory, cosigner, endorser, party to an instrument
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To explain these conclusions, in the next four sections of this article I analyze how the interaction of structure, fabula, and theme creates investment stories; how narrator personae transform these stories into discourses; how embedded subgenres engage readers as comakers of these discourses; and how visual symbolism complements verbal expression to make these discourses into concrete annual report texts.
section] 104) Persons who are secondarily liable such as guarantors, sureties, endorsers, comakers, or other such persons may also receive the benefits of the act by the court, if fair and equitable.
Locke, 1996) have viewed customers as comakers of employee displayed emotions rather than inactive recipients, it would be valuable to test if there is indeed a reciprocal causality between displayed positive emotions and customer behaviors.