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Synonyms for cosignatory

one of two or more signers of the same document (as a treaty or declaration)

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signing jointly with others

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A half-century after the end of World War II, historians at the Smithsonian Institution were prevented from putting on an exhibit examining the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima; and the scaled-down Enola Gay exhibit contained inaccuracies and distortions (Bird, Sherwin, and cosignatories 1995).
Debate and amendment concerning the report may take place, but a motion for amending the budget proposal at this final stage must be submitted in advance to the Speaker, together with reasons stated, and with at least fifty cosignatories (National Assembly Law, Article 95, clause 1).
The EPP has attracted the largest number of Convention members with 40 full and deputy-member cosignatories.
We were cosignatories to the waiver in 2 002, but it was just for one year.
Try to do the right thing; this will amaze and gratify your readers, who, after all, are cosignatories of your paycheck.
These individuals (known as subaccount holders) become, in effect, cosignatories of the foreign bank with the same privileges as the foreign bank.