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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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NIIT earned 37 awards in various categories jointly with customers for 2019:
He and President Putin jointly announced the development of a comprehensive strategic cooperative partnership between China and Russia in the new era, and proposed the goal of bilateral trade volume of US$200 billion.
A meeting of the Energy Secretaries of both countries held in Dhaka decided to jointly invest in the projects as stated in the whitepaper issued after the last meeting.
The two countries 'can exchange respective findings and properly handle the matter through friendly consultations' by jointly investigating the incident, the Chinese official said.
On the first count, they were jointly charged in their capacity as finance minister and Treasury secretary-general respectively, and entrusted with the dominion of RM1.2 billion belonging to the Malaysian government, with committing CBT on the fund.
According those familiar with the discussions, both firms have discussed the possibility of jointly developing a so-called 'super platform' that is to underpin new vehicles from both automakers.
The main opposition factions will jointly submit a call-attention notice against the 'inflated gas tariff'.
The MPAs jointly held a conference at the Lahore Press Club organised by Bargad, a youth development organisation, to finalise recommendations for inclusion of the minorities representation in the PCTB.
Additionally, the information session was attended by representatives from partnering organizations, who gave attendees further information about the jointly funded programs.
Due to this structure, married couples filing jointly may end up with a higher joint federal income tax liability compared to what they would incur collectively if they remained single and filed as single individuals.
ISLAMABAD -- Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal has welcomed Saudi and Turkish efforts to jointly look into the matter of disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey.
Kenyan pensions managers are working on a plan to pool resources and jointly invest in capital-intensive infrastructure projects, the nation's biggest retirement-benefits administrator said.