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tr.v. co·di·rect·ed, co·di·rect·ing, co·di·rects
To direct (a play, film, or other form of public entertainment) jointly with another or others.

co·di·rect′or n.
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vb (tr)
to direct jointly
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That was directed by Jeff Wilson, who codirects "Penguins" with Alastair Fothergill, who gave us two other memorable Disneynature epics, "Bears" and "Chimpanzee."
A professor of English at Clarion University, he codirects the Chautauqua Writers' Festival.
Joiner continued, three different research teams--his own; the Military Suicide Research Consortium, which he codirects; and the U.S.
Gallagher, a regular contributor to The, is a professor of global development policy at Boston University's Pardee School for Global Studies, where he codirects the Global Economic Governance Initiative.
Rutherford Turnbull, also a US citizen, who also cofounded and codirects the center, which is affiliated to the same center at the University of Kansas.
Hogan worked with women at New York's Rikers Island, where, she said, "I do a lot of reassuring that God loves and cares for them, no matter what they have done." Today, more than 30 years later, Hogan codirects a project of the Sisters of Mercy that empowers African women religious to confront societal norms in Africa that exacerbate the spread of HIV/AIDS on that continent.
He currently codirects the University of Florida's MFA program.
Moore codirects a research team, with archaeologist Marko Mendusic of Croatia's Ministry of Culture in Sibenik, that has uncovered evidence of intensive farming at Pokrovnik and Danilo Bitinj, two Neolithic settlements in Dalmatia.
Visitors took a private tour of 11 tableaux created by Judith Clark a lecturer at the London College of Fashion who codirects the master's program in fashion curation (the existence of which signals the increasing importance of fashion in museum collections), and Adam Phillips, a psychoanalyst and writer.
"Our main point," says Black, "is that there are pros and cons and none of them, none of the screening tests, is a slam dunk in terms of producing a lot more good than harm." Schwartz, who codirects the VA Outcomes Group with Welch, says that overdiagnosis is a factor in any disease associated with early screening, including heart disease and osteoporosis.
Given the strong genetic component of many anxiety disorders, Sally Winston, PsyD, who codirects the Anxiety and Stress Disorders Institute of Maryland in Towson, urges parents to address their own anxiety issues so they can help their children understand that some level of anxiety is normal.
LeBoit, who founded and codirects the university's dermatopathology service.