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Joint

Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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The case for joint assessment can be argued on educational grounds, but the broader context is that of parental rights and responsibilities within an overall ethical framework.
9 for a further discussion of individual offers on joint assessments.
The joint assessment of regional growth efforts include evaluating a wide range of eu structural fund projects (projects financed by the european regional development fund or the social fund) and rem projects (growth and development projects co-funded by regional development funds, but not with the structural funds).
The spokesman said that a joint assessment mission from agencies found that more than 13,000 people have been badly affected by cattle's rading in the Upper Nile State on May 18.
The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) on Tuesday announced signing of an agreement with IB officials that will focus on joint assessment of IB curriculum schools as well as steps to cater to the growing demand.
Commission director of regulation Nick Tofiluk explained: "The three principal stakeholders will work together as a joint assessment unit - the IOC looking after the sports side in terms of rules and discipline, the police leading on issues of a criminal nature, and ourselves as the regulatory agency with day-to-day experience of betting.
Supporting the Government's decision for joint humanitarian response, the PHF member organisations immediately initiated a relief response with a joint assessment of the situation, which will provide a clearer overview of the full scale of damages and needs.
A joint assessment by NATO soldiers and Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, head of the transition commission, was underway, said a spokesman for the alliance's civil representative in Afghanistan, Dominic Medley.
When asked about the possibility of joint assessment or parallel reviews of product applications, Woodcock noted the challenges in setting up such a structure.
A Redcar and Cleveland Council spokesman said: "The council and the police are involved in a joint assessment of the situation in an attempt to find ways of resolving the obvious problems.
However, each bank's plan will be based on a joint assessment by the bank and its supervisors of a realistic schedule; for some banks, the adoption date may be beyond year-end 2006 because of the complexity of the required changes.
And it has also become the first trust in the region to gain an NHS Improving Working Lives award after a joint assessment.

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