Definition of Cochairpersons
1. cochairperson [n] - See also: cochairperson
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cochairpersons
Literary usage of Cochairpersons
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Computer Science Research Activities in Asia: AI and Expert Systems by David K. Kahaner (1994)
"The cochairpersons of this year's conference were Professor F. Kimura of the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, and Dr. GJ Oiling of Chrysler Motors, ..."
2. Housing Finance: Expanding Capital for Affordable Multi-Family Housing by Judy A. England-Joseph (1997)
"... FHFB has initiated actions relating to their joint responsibility as the cochairpersons of the National Interagency Task Force on Multifamily Housing. ..."