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co-sponsor

[ˈkəʊˈspɒnsəʳ] N (esp Advertising) → copatrocinador(a) m/f
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1119, the Research and Development Efficiency Act, introduced by Research and Technology Subcommittee Chair Barbara Comstock (R-VA) and co-sponsored by ranking member Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX); H.
On June 12-13, TEI Region II held its Regional Tax Forum 2006, co-sponsored by KPMG LLP and McCarter & English LLP, at the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City.
Before this school year began, a total of 66,000 citizens had co-sponsored H.
Fee Real Estate co-sponsored the arts and crafts tent and the petting zoo at the John Jay Homestead Children's Day in Bedford, NY on Sunday, July 17.
MTNA and the National Piano Foundation co-sponsored the track.
The panel also approved two bills co-sponsored by Rep.
Last summer, the North Florida State MTA co-sponsored an honors camp in conjunction with Gulf Coast Community College and Florida State University (FSU) in Panama City.
It's hard to get the public to pay attention to environmental issues,'' said Liana Sherman, public information coordinator for the Ventura County Flood Control District, which co-sponsored the project.
Current joint academic programs include Project Judaica, a pioneering Moscow-based, five year program to train Judaica archivists, teachers and scholars in Russia, co-sponsored by YIVO, the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and the Russian State Humanities University; a course in Eastern European Jewish Civilization, taught at Cornell University by Dr.
Co-sponsored by the Ventura County Public Health Department and Community Partners in Health, the yearly event helps promote services available to children, adults and seniors.