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Synonyms for co-respondent

the codefendant charged with adultery with the estranged spouse in a divorce proceeding

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A group of Afghan men had broken into their sleeping accommodation and got into the room of one of the corespondents.
Unlike Arroyo and her other corespondents, Plaras never stood trial and even worked as the COA secretariat director in a compound just beside Sandiganbayan.
Programmes have numerous guests, holiday guides and foreign corespondents along with sports commentators are grounded and forced to appear on cookery and gardening programmes and This Is Your Life-style get-togethers.
He was at the presidential villa, Abuja to brief President Muhammadu Buhari on the current security situation in the state after which he told State House corespondents that the withdrawal from the fund by the federal government would be illegal.
Besides Pena and Co, also named corespondents were: former YSDD officer-in-charge Ernesto Marcos Lopez and recreation and welfare services officer Fe Villasin; former City Treasurer's Office OIC Amalia Santos; and General Services Department OIC Ramila Cruzado, inspection officers Carmina Lazaro and Helena Cejalvo, and GSD supply and property management division chief Sonia Suarez.
Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly matters - Senate, Senator Ita Enang disclosed this to State House corespondents in Abuja on Friday.
Most of Reyes and Evangelista's corespondents from three now-defunct government corporations were already slapped with sanctions in previous Ombudsman rulings, most recently in the case involving the PDAF of detained former Sen.
A presidency statement signed by his Senior Special Assistant on media and publicity, Garba Shehu, made available to State House corespondents in Abuja on Thursday quoted him as saying: ''I am overwhelmed with the massive reception I have received and definitely since this is partisan politics, I think it has sent a clear message to the opposition.
On the assumption that said change in the script is criminal, Garcia's corespondents can hardly be considered as his coconspirators,' they said.
According to the Ombudsman, Mitra and his corespondents had hurriedly approved the release of 65 percent of the total funds, or P1.
In a 58-page demurrer filed on Saturday, Ejercito and his five corespondents claimed that the prosecution had failed to show proof they committed any prohibited acts, caused undue injury to the government by giving unwarranted benefits to a private party, and acted negligently or in bad faith.
BI spokesperson Tonette Mangrobang said the agency received a copy of the HDO against the Binays and their corespondents on Thursday morning from the antigraft court's Third Division.
Fernando's corespondents were MMDA assistant general manager Edenison Fainsan and former officials Leonila Querijero, Rolando Josef, Cleofe Ablog and Robert Nacianceno who served as the agency's general manager.
He also noted that the case was obviously weak and that Arroyo was being singled out because all of her corespondents had been granted bail.
His corespondents follow his every whim, said Mercado, who was BSP senior vice president when the joint venture was made.