cowinner

cowinner

(ˌkəʊˈwɪnə)
n
one of a number of winners

co•win•ner

(koʊˈwɪn ər, ˈkoʊˌwɪn-)

n.
a joint winner.
[1930–35]
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Thaler, PhD, professor of behavioral science and economics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and cowinner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences.
Nineteen-year-old Aeta Atan Dimaya (best actor cowinner Garry Cabalic) must take a 10-hour trek across a river from his tribe in Baytan to downtown Banwa to earn the money he needs for the bandi (bride price), for his arranged marriage with Ani (Joan dela Cruz), the Aeta maiden he's betrothed to.
Cesar Chelala is a cowinner of an Overseas Press Club of America Award and two national journalism awards from Argentina.
The cowinner of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize, he delivered the complete version of this edited lecture in Oslo on December 10, 2014.
He was the flight software lead for the autonomous sciencecraft experiment, cowinner in the 2005 NASA Software of the Year competition.
Malala's cowinner Satyarthi is far less well known and said on arrival in Norway that being awarded the Nobel had hugely boosted awareness of millions of children in bonded labour.
Salam had shared his prize with two other while Malala is cowinner with Kailash Satyarathi a committed Indian social activist for children education and rights.
2) Miller was cowinner of the Early Slavic Studies Association Best Book Prize for the 2010-12 period.
One was Colleen Rowley, at the time an FBI agent, who later was named a cowinner of Time's 2002 "Person of the Year" award.
Rajendra Pachauri, cowinner of a Nobel Prize for his chairmanship of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, warns that India's growing population can't afford increased consumption levels.
Harold zur Hausen was a cowinner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2008 for the discovery that oncogenic HPV types cause most cases of cervical cancer and many cases of vaginal and vulvar cancer.