joint author


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Noun1.joint author - a writer who collaborates with others in writing something
author, writer - writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)
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Authors Sonali Dev and Kristan Higgins will present and sign their books at a joint author event at 7 p.
I have also championed innovation through my involvement in the development of Eurocodes, preparation of an integral bridge design example to Eurocodes on behalf of the Concrete Bridge Development Group, and being a joint author of the Concise Eurocode 2 for Bridges published by The Concrete Centre.
He is a joint author of Caughley Blue and White Patterns, the definitive reference book on the subject.
Describing the findings as "robust" and "thoroughly reviewed," joint author Dr Malcolm Kendrick, an intermediate care GP with the Central East Cheshire Trust, said: "What we found in our detailed systematic review was that older people with high LDL levels - the so-called 'bad' cholesterol - lived longer and had less heart disease.
16) In other words, if you contribute ideas to a collaborative creation but your collaborator is the only one who writes them down (or puts them into some other tangible medium of expression), you cannot qualify as a joint author of that creation.
The publisher's website (accessed at 1124h BST on Saturday 15 August 2015) lists "Alexander Norman" as the joint author.
In all circumstances, though, a joint author can give non-exclusive rights to use a license.
Vidhya Alakeson, joint author of the report, said: "Not all firms misuse zero-hours contracts and a few staff even prefer them.
Drew Darby, R-San Angelo, a joint author of the bill.
In Beggars Banquet, Warner J foreshadowed that the commissioned film maker could be a joint author of the film.
Oxford University's Professor Tom Key, joint author of the wide-ranging study, said: "The results clearly show that the risk of heart disease in vegetarians is about a third lower than in comparable non-vegetarians.
NicK Jones, global director of PwC's Public Research Centre, and joint author of the report, said Cardiff had come lower in the index than the Key gross value added (GVA) per capita measure of wealth would suggest.

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