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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The cowinner of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize, he delivered the complete version of this edited lecture in Oslo on December 10, 2014.
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.
Marjorie Perloff's most recent books are The Vienna Paradox (New Directions, 2004) and Differentials: Poetry, Poetics, Pedagogy (University of Alabama, 2004), cowinner of the 2004 Robert Penn Warren--Cleanth Brooks Award.
In South Carolina, the FHWA Division Administrator Bob Lee, cowinner of FHWA's 2004 safety award, and SCDOT Executive Director Mabry offer a six-step process.
Richard Axel of Columbia University, the cowinner of the prize in physiology or medicine, spoke about how winning a Nobel prize had made him appreciate how much he loves what he does.
for the retail deal of the year that had the most influence on Manattan at the Stores Committee the night before, although cowinner Susan Kurland was happy to accept in his stead.
To most of them, Henry Kissinger, if they have heard of him at all, is merey a celebrity, a man famous for being powerful and famous, a winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, which his cowinner, North Vietnamese negotiator Le Duc Tho, declined to accept because he felt it was undeserved.
Goldstein is chariman of molecular genetics at UT-Southwestern and cowinner with Brown of the 1985 Nobel Prize.
Colen is science editor of Newsday, cowinner of the 1984 Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Baby Jane Doe case, and author of several popular books on bioethical issues.
In November 2003, the book was cowinner of the prestigious 2003 Marshall Shulman Book Prize from the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS), in conjunction with the Harriman Institute at Columbia University.
The cowinner in the science category, Zare, has been recognized for his fundamental contribution in the understanding of molecular dynamics and chemical reactions.