coscript

coscript

(kəʊˈskrɪpt)
vb (tr)
to script jointly
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In a different context, local media reported on Sunday that two policemen, a lower ranking officer and a coscript, were killed in an IED explosion in Al-Arish.
Peter Simkins of the Imperial War Museum is impressed by the treatment and the coscript writer is Jay Winter, a Professor of History at Cambridge University.
According to CyBC, Panayiotou was outdoors on midday, doing a task, along with other coscripts, despite orders from the defence ministry for soldiers to stay clear from the sun during those hours of the day.
Dubbed the buddy comedy of 2016, The Nice Guys bristles with funny, tough-guy dialogue and explosive action, and is coscripted by Black with Anthony Bagarozzi.
The tit-for-tat tension, coscripted by Fringe man JJ Abrams, is played out on highways in the Twilight Zone.
French bigwig Luc Besson, who has coscripted whatever you can pass off here as a script, gives the actor a perfect showcase to revel as action star and all- American hero.
van der Veen, who coscripted Steven Soderbergh's "Che" and the upcoming Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle "Captive."
Her other half in The Five-Year Engagement is close pal Jason Segel, who coscripted the film and wrote the role of British academic Violet with Emily in mind.
Lenora Crichlow and Lily James play rival sprinters forced to put aside their differences as they battle for gold in the British sprint relay team.Noel Clarke (who also coscripted) is on hand as the girls' put-upon coach.
Coscripted by Knocked Up's Seth Rogen, Owen has a ball as the thick muscle man.
Directed by Neils Mueller who also coscripted, it's a sad tale of a man (Penn) who reaches the end of his emotional tether.