coleader

coleader

(ˌkəʊˈliːdə)
n
a fellow leader
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Fellow council coleader councillor Douglas Lumsden said the project will be a "great addition" to the city centre.
But Aberdeen City Council coleader Douglas Lumsden pointed at a lack of funding for Aberdeen City Council - the lowest-funded local authority in Scotland - adding that they have several projects they would like to introduce but can't financially.
Thomas may have complained of being between "a rock and a hard place" tactically on Sunday with coleader Egan Bernal ahead of him on the road but he dismissed concerns over co-leadership yesterday.
Japanese Mayuna Furukawa came out virtually unscathed in wicked conditions, dispatching erstwhile coleader Chonlada Chayanun of Thailand and Taiwanese Hsuan-Ping Chang with a gutsy finish to salvage a 71 and gain solo control after 36 holes of the International Container Terminal Services Inc.
Thomas fell into a barrier as the peloton ground to a halt but did not appear to suffer any injury, while Ineos coleader Egan Bernal stayed upright.
But the 22-year-old Bernal has now been elevated to the status of coleader after Thomas suffered his own setback in the build-up to the Tour with a spill at the Tour de Suisse last month, with Bernal going on to win that race.
Ramos saved a 71 for a 217 while first round coleader Luis Castro also shot a 71.
Tomoharu Oka, a professor at Keio University and coleader of the team, adds, "It is significant that this intermediate mass black hole was found only 20 light-years from the supermassive black hole at the Galactic center.
The group were met on the day by Ms Berry, the new coleader of the Greens, who expressed concern about the proposals.
This has set us back years." -- the former coleader of Germany's Green Party, Cem Euzdemir
As a coleader of the task force that developed this plan, I was asked to discuss its creation in an invited presentation at AAAI 2017.
Jonathan Bartley, coleader of the Green Party, says: "I welcome the news that these scrappage schemes have had an impact."