Definition of Comanages

1. comanage [v] - See also: comanage



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Comanages

comae
comagmatic
comake
comaker
comakers
comakes
comaking
comal
comalike
comanage
comanaged
comanagement
comanagements
comanager
comanagers
comanages (current term)
comanaging
comancheite
comarb
comarbs
comarket
comarketed
comarketing
comarkets
comart
comarts
comas
comast
comasts
comate

Literary usage of Comanages

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1. Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1997: Hearing Before the by DIANE Publishing Company (2000)
"In conjunction with the department's regional bureaus, my bureau now also comanages regional democracy and human rights funds for Africa, the Middle East, ..."

2. Cultivating Peace: Conflict and Collaboration in Natural Resource Management by Daniel Buckles, World Bank Institute (1999)
"... park under an "agreement of will" between the parties to being a Management Committee that comanages the entire park under legal sanction (Figure 3). ..."

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