Lexicographical Neighbors of Copresident
Literary usage of Copresident
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Peat: Its Use and Manufacture by Philip R. Björling, Frederick T. Gissing (1907)
"... AND RISING SUN OF JAPAN; «copresident OF THE INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS. " Sir EDWARD REED'S * STABILITY OF SHIPS ' is INVALUABLE. ..."
2. The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir by Edmund Burke (1835)
"The English government succeeded, at the head of which Mr. Hastings was placed by an act of parliament, having before held the office copresident of the ..."
3. Our Animal Friends: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1893)
"Theirs is a service requiring coolness and nerve, combined with intelligent discretion. ee copresident HAINES was opportunely at hand the other night, ..."
4. The Dying Boroughs: Episodes from the Parliamentary History of the Towns to ...Boroughs (1885)
"Among other state offices tilled by this scion of the Cowper family were t hose of L'nder Secreta ry for t1 le Home Department, V ¡copresident of the ..."
5. Low-Intensity Conflict in the Third World by Stephen Blank, Lewis B. Ware, Inc NetLibrary, Press, Air University (U.S.) (1988)
"... son of Josiah Gumede, the late ANC leader, is a copresident.78 Nevertheless, Buthelezi and Inkatha have been unswerving in their opposition to UDF, ..."
6. Education in Hungary by Hungary (1908)
"At the final examination the Inspector General of Commercial Schools or the Commissioner of the Minister of Public Instruction and the copresident. the ..."
7. Time Out: The Costs and Benefits of Paid Parental Leave by Helen M. Wilkinson, Stephen Radley (1997)
"Ellen Galinsky, CoPresident of the Families and Work Institute in the United States, argues that a mother's motives for seeking employment outside the home ..."