cochampion

cochampion

(ˌkəʊˈtʃæmpɪən)
n
a joint champion
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One of the reasons that Joseph O'Brien was cochampion apprentice last term was Pat Flynn's assistance.
It was a beginning quite similar to that of AMERICAN FORESTS' National Register of Big Trees, which was born in 1940 after forester Joseph Stearns decried the wholesale cutting of "our most magnificent remaining tree specimens." The current president of the Live Oak Society--the Seven Sisters in Lewisburg, Louisiana (so named by a former owner who was one of seven sisters)--is also the Register's national cochampion.
Since early 1990, he has been involved in RoboCup activities, and his team was the cochampion with the team from the University of Southern California in the middle-size league at the first RoboCup held in conjunction with IJCAI-97 in Nagoya, Japan.
DEEP THOUGHT/88, the reigning World Champion and defending ACM Cochampion, was the favorite with ACM Cochampion HITECH and MEPHISTO, World Microcomputer Champion, closely behind.
But Robredo has been campaigning as a cochampion of Daang Matuwid.
We're also celebrating efforts to protect another "endangered" tree of sorts: the national cochampion smoketree, which Purdue University has announced it will move from land slated for a major construction project (see Clippings).
At the southeastern shore of the lake is an awesome sight: the national cochampion Sitka spruce, listed on the American Forestry Association's register of champion trees.
Faced with a dwindling list of words and a group of spellers that showed no weakness, the Scripps National Spelling Bee gave up and declared them all cochampions in the most extraordinary ending in the 94-year-old competition.
The Philippine Youth team and Adamson U shared the women's Open division crown as heavy rains halted the championship match in the Summer Grand Slam 12 softball tournament, forcing officials to declare them as cochampions on Wednesday.
They become coowners, corisk-takers, coinvestors and cochampions. Project-related functions and responsibilities are divided or shared between the parties.
The New York-Penn League, which had not yet begun its playoff series, declared Brooklyn and Williamsport to be its cochampions. (8)
For example, at the conclusion of the 1997 college football season, two schools were named NCAA cochampions: Nebraska and Michigan.