comaker


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comaker

(kəʊˈmeɪkə)
n
a person who, in addition to a person who is borrowing money, makes a formal promise that a loan will be repaid or a payment made to a creditor, by signing a promissory note
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A partnership strategy with selected suppliers fits a product leadership strategy; a team-oriented comaker and codesigner strategy fits customer intimacy while competitive bidding and low-cost outsourcing strategy typically fits an operational excellence strategy.
The combination of many voices is powerful because it engages the reader as comaker of the discourse.
It was not clear whether he was signing as comaker or guarantor.