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cosign

v. to sign a promissory note or other obligation in order to share liability for the obligation.

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Tala Sweis, Director of Madrasati, cosigned the agreement.
Abdul-Kareem Al Zughier, Head of the Patients' Friends Society -- Hebron, cosigned the agreement.
Tafeeda Jarbawi, Taawon Director, cosigned the agreement.
The Ontario Medical Association, meanwhile, has been bringing cases of alleged professional misconduct against medical practitioners who cosigned prescriptions for U.S.
In his "Realistic Manifesto" of 1920 (cosigned by his brother Antoine Pevsner), Naum Gabo declared, "We do not measure our works with the yardstick of beauty, we do not weigh them with pounds of tenderness and sentiments." But the works on view in this recent show--marvelous late-Cubist heads and space constructions that entangle the viewer in their intricacy--are in fact beautiful and emotionally evocative.
Although F negotiated each of the loan agreements on its own, P has routinely guaranteed or cosigned the loans.
* You're only liable for debts on cosigned or joint accounts that are related to your purchases.