Definition of Cochairpersons

1. cochairperson [n] - See also: cochairperson



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cochairpersons

coccyx
coccyxes
cocelebrant
cocelebrants
coch
cochain
cochain complex
cochain complexes
cochains
cochair
cochaired
cochairing
cochairman
cochairmen
cochairperson
cochairpersons (current term)
cochairs
cochairwoman
cochairwomen
cochampion
cochampions
cochannel
cochaperone
cochaperones
cochaperonin
cochaperonins
coches
cochin
cochin china
cochineal

Literary usage of Cochairpersons

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1. Computer Science Research Activities in Asia: AI and Expert Systems by David K. Kahaner (1994)
"The cochairpersons of this year's conference were Professor F. Kimura of the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, and Dr. GJ Oiling of Chrysler Motors, ..."

2. Housing Finance: Expanding Capital for Affordable Multi-Family Housing by Judy A. England-Joseph (1997)
"... FHFB has initiated actions relating to their joint responsibility as the cochairpersons of the National Interagency Task Force on Multifamily Housing. ..."

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