Definition of Cochairmen
1. cochairman [n] - See also: cochairman
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Literary usage of Cochairmen
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. In Search of Population Policy: Views from the Developing World by National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) (1974)
"The seminar cochairmen (usually members of the steering committee and always one ... After each seminar, the staff and seminar cochairmen prepared a draft ..."
2. Enforcing Restraint: Collective Intervention in Internal Conflicts by Lori Fisler Damrosch (1993)
"The accords' provisions that give a continuing role during implementation to the cochairmen of the Paris Conference foresaw the possibility of serious ..."
3. Toward a Drug-Free Generation: A Nations Responsibility by Laura F. Cavazos (1995)
"... and the Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, William J. Bennett, were appointed cochairmen of a 26-member commission. ..."
4. Challenges in Predicting New Firm Performance by Arnold C. Cooper (1993)
"The lawsuit was complicated because of Kubota's contention that both cochairmen offered to resign from Stardent, sell their stock, and not bring any ..."
5. U.S.-China Relations: An Affirmative Agenda, a Responsible Course: Report of by Hills, Carla A. Hills, Dennis C. Blair, Frank Sampson Jannuzi (2007)
"For the next five years he served as executive director of the America-China Society for cochairmen Cyrus Vance and Henry Kissinger. ..."