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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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We need to make a joint assessment of how much traffic could realistically be assisted by using the M6 Toll when there is an incident on the M6.
Erol Rizaov in Utrinski vesnik comments that in times of hatred, separations and dirty power struggles, there is one joint assessment for all actors in this political crisis and for all citizens regardless their party orientations.
The joint assessment teams, however, concluded that without food, livelihood assistance, nutrition and health services, the situation is likely to degenerate significantly in the first quarter of 2016.
In this regard, joint assessment missions visited Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco in the context of the Arab Debt Market Development Initiative (ADMDI).
The Huddersfield-based Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce has joined forces with eight other chambers of commerce across northern England to produce a joint assessment of the "considerable opportunities" the Northern Powerhouse can provide for the UK economy.
The course's program includes several topics that include forecast and joint assessment of previous expertise in emergency cases of desert locust, basis and steps of combating, survey, health operations and environmental safety.
Our joint assessment improves patients' experience and ensures no information is lost or missed.
g cervical spine chapter) there does seem to be a bias towards the Maitland style prone accessory joint assessment, which is not consistent with the combined physiotherapyosteopathic approach currently taught at the AUT Department of Physiotherapy and NZMPA continuing education programme.
The joint assessment of all international organizations and foreign governments is that there is selectivity, and the influence of politics in judiciary has been increased" stressed Fouere in an article for Prizma.
According to Baird, Canada is going to be on a joint assessment mission with the United Kingdom that will identify further measure to be done to help IS victims.
The US-Russia Joint Threat Assessment on Nuclear Terrorism," co-authored by the Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and the Russian Academy of Sciences Institute for US and Canadian Studies, remains today the only joint assessment on this threat; classified or unclassified, governmental or non-governmental.
Thus, Sergei Volkov suggested to hold a joint assessment of the volumes of the film and audio archives of Kyrgyzstan and their storage conditions.

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