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cosignatory

a person, country, etc., that signs a documentjointly with others.
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(27) In addition to the brief filed by the Solicitor General for the Clinton Administration, briefs were filed by the National Association for Social Workers, the National Association of Police Organizations, the National Network to End Domestic Violence, the Employee Assistance Professionals Association, the American Psychoanalytic Association, the American Psychiatric Association and the Menninger Foundation, with a score of related organizations filing separate briefs or as joining others as cosignatories.
With few exceptions, turndown rates, approval rates, interest rates, and requirements for cosignatories are consistently least favorable for the smallest firms.
In a family with established credit, a young person can get advice on how to start a credit history, cosignatories on a credit card or mortgage, and helpful gifts when personal resources are not enough to pay the bills.
Cosignatories on the bill were 22 other members of Congress, including the co-author of the resolution, an Asian American Republican from Hawaii, Patricia Saiki.
Trump has threatened to withdraw in mid-May from the accord, which forced Iran to dismantle much of its nuclear infrastructure, unless European cosignatories revise so-called sunset clauses that allow some restrictions to expire over time.
"That is why we call on the international community, and the United States and Britain in particular, to reconsider one element of the peace agreement to which they are cosignatories: support for a planned international tribunal, the Hybrid Court for South Sudan.