Definition of Cochaired
1. cochair [v] - See also: cochair
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Literary usage of Cochaired
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. International Religious Freedom (2000): Report to Congress by the Department edited by Barbara Larkin (2001)
"On September 14, 1999, the Special Advisor to the Secretary of State for the New Independent States, Ambassador at Large Stephen Sestanovich, cochaired a ..."
2. Hud Rebuilding and Loan Guaranty Program: Hearing Before the Committee on edited by Lauch Faircloth (1997)
"The National Rebuilding Initiative was cochaired by HUD, the National Council of ... The three of us cochaired the effort and we organized the public and ..."
3. Year 2000 Computing Crisis: Potential for Widespread Disruption Calls for edited by Gene L. Dodaro (1999)
"... four-digit contiguous computer standard for data exchanges between states and federal agencies, (2) establish a national policy group, cochaired by the ..."
4. Drug Control: DEA’s Strategies & Operations in the 1990s edited by Norman J. Rabkin (2000)
"The program is cochaired by DEA. It focuses law enforcement and intelligence community resources on efforts to disrupt and dismantle major Asian 9 DEA did ..."
5. Report of a Summit: 1st Annual Crossing the Quality Chasm Summit: A Focus on by Karen M. Adams, Ann Greiner, Janet Corrigan (2004)
"She is a member of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations' National Nursing Council and cochaired the 2003 National Quality Forum ..."
6. Personal Cars and China =: Si Ren Jiao Che Yu Zhongguo by Zhongguo gong cheng yuan, National Research Council (U.S.) (2003)
"... by the CAE and half by the US National Academies (the full list of committee members appears in the front matter). The committee was cochaired by Guo ..."