colead


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colead

(ˌkəʊˈliːd)
vb (tr)
to lead together
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Plough, PhD, MPH, vice president of research-evaluation-learning at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and colead of the Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery Services Working Group, explained that the goal of his group is to identify the "essential elements and components" and best practices of prevention, treatment, and recovery for OUD.
Finally, the last classification (3) considers in addition to (2) all the following titles: cobook runner(s), joint book runner(s), joint lead manager(s), colead manager(s), coarranger(s), manager(s), comanager(s), or joint-book manager(s).
"It's well established that the plaintiffs' burden is to show that common evidence is available to prove the class members' claims at trial," says David Woodward, an officer at Heins Mills & Olson and colead counsel for the Berhend class.
One way to accomplish this goal may be for teachers and school counselors to colead small group meetings with Black male students that focus on racism and students' recommendations for coping with microaggressions.
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Speaking at a news conference Saturday when the formation of the new party was announced, Hiranuma and Yosano, who colead the party, criticized the DPJ, saying Japan would be ruined if the party stayed in power.
political advisor in Helmand Province recently stated, "Civilians like working with the military, but they do not like working for the military." If this sentiment is widely held, civilians should colead ISAF at all levels and be supported by experienced military commanders who understand counterinsurgency strategy.
When choosing the best performances for the album, Harry says having a workaholic in the shape of his colead singer Felix Riebl made it easy for the rest of the band.
Corey demonstrates how he structures group counseling courses to include both didactic and experiential learning; for example, students not only receive a lecture on group process issues and theory of group work but also colead a group and receive supervision from Corey or other faculty members.
Held just before the holiday season, CoLead and several Millyard businesses collected more than 800 coats, scarves and hats for distribution to New Horizons for New Hampshire, SHARE of Milford and the YWCA's after-school program to help those unable to afford warm winter clothing.
The joint book-runners and colead managers were Wachovia Capital Markets LLC and Goldman Sachs & Co.