coproprietor

coproprietor

(ˌkəʊprəˈpraɪətə)
n
a joint proprietor
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Markus Miele, the managing director and coproprietor of Miele.
Shakespeare worked in several posts in the Lord Chamberlain's Men Theatre Company, finally becoming its coproprietor. Theatre companies required royal protection and pa tronage; therefore, after the death of Queen Elizabeth I, the company became the King's Men, seeking King James I's protection.
Dearly loved wife of the late David Cochrane and coproprietor of the David Cochrane School of Dancing.
Dr Jamalapuram Hari Gopal and his wife, Dr Praturi Samrajya Lakshmi, the GPs who owned the home, were struck off by the General Medical Council in January 2006, after its Fitness to Practice Panel found their actions as coproprietor and GP were "inappropriate, irresponsible and inadequate" and not in the best interests of the patients or the residents.
Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur, 404-378-4900, WatershedRestaurant.com), where you'll find Southern cooking at its best, partially courtesy of coproprietor (and Indigo Girl) Emily Saliers.
With his friend Peter Cook,Luard became coproprietor of The Establishment Club in London and of Private Eye magazine, where he was the 2ndLord Gnome,or Nicholas Lewd.
Reputedly, he was also coproprietor of a book and map shop in Lisbon and/or Madiera for a time and once sailed to Iceland on a voyage commissioned by the Portuguese Crown.
Here, Kennally proposed his idea to coproprietors Terrence Mullen and Jack Hughes.
"Since adopting the management of Winning Quadrant from the now disbanded owners' association, we have worked closely and consistently with the local councillor and North Lanarkshire Council, which has resulted in numerous uplifts being undertaken at no cost to coproprietors.