co-sponsor


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co-sponsor

[ˈkəʊˈspɒnsəʳ] N (esp Advertising) → copatrocinador(a) m/f
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today welcomed a decision by Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer to name Ruby Lucas, widow of Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Jack Lucas, as a co-sponsor of DDG 125, the USS Jack Lucas.
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0 billion in real estate transactions in 2007, announced the establishment of the AFC Co-Sponsor Investment Program.
The core raffle committee members are Chair & Treasurer--Diane Long RN, (member of all co-sponsor associations), Maria Lipscomb RN, (President Hispanic Nurses Association and NNA Member), and Susan Spencer RN, (NNA Member & NNA District 3 Member).
Visitors to the site can generate an opt-out letter, find their superintendent's mailing address, and sign up as a citizen co-sponsor of the Student Privacy Protection Act (H.
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We are thrilled to co-sponsor this event for program directors with CFP Board," said FPA Executive Director/CEO Marvin W.
The city pays up to $6,500 a year to co-sponsor some chamber projects.
Young Women in Science and Technology is a free service program made possible by co-sponsor donations.