Definition of Cochairing
1. cochair [v] - See also: cochair
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Literary usage of Cochairing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Biological Weapons: The Threat Posed by Terrorists (2000)
"After cochairing a yearlong study for the government, we believe it is increasingly likely they will be. For 40 years, Americans lived under the fear of ..."
2. National Gambling Impact Study Commission Final Report: Congressional Hearing edited by Ben Nighthorse Campbell (2001)
"... as I do too, so we're going to try to get through this with post haste, but we may be cochairing and other members may too, as they come in, ..."
3. New Teachers for a New Century: The Future of Early Childhood Professional by Diane Horm-Wingerd (2001)
"... President was cochairing the Subcommittee, she shared the goals of the Subcommittee in a speech entitled, "Through a lattice or a maze: The status of ..."
4. The Lasting Salute: Civil & Military Funerals 1921-1969 by B. C. Mossman, M. W. Stark (1995)
"In addition to cochairing the first half of the panel's work, Dr. Carr wrote and edited major sections of the guideline. Dr. Carr is Associate Professor of ..."