• WordNet 3.6
    • v cosign sign and endorse (another person's signature), as for a loan
    • v cosign sign jointly "Husband and wife co-signed the lease"
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In literature:

Oh, yes, and cosign the note.
"Junior Achievement" by William Lee

In news:

Letter to the House urging Members to Cosign a Dear Colleague Letter Education Jobs.
About 150 of them, plus the power of Twitter and the cosign of Dutch dance music god Tiësto.
Kanye West has granted his platinum-plated cosign to Daft Punk, Can, and Bon Iver, among other once-unlikely hip-hop touchstones — King Crimson, hanh.
CoSign developed a custom digital wayfinding kiosk system to handle the difficult task of navigating multiple buildings, floors, and paths through the burgeoning World Market Center Las Vegas building complex.
The head of the Senate Intelligence Committee at the time, Sen David Durenberger, recently sent a letter to the president that I cosigned with 16 other former senators advocating Pollard 's immediate release.
Brooklyn-born rapper Jay-Z cosigned President Obama's decision to support gay marriage in an interview with.
Cosigning mistake can drag you down.
A few years ago, I cosigned a home loan for my sister.

In science:

In some cases, it is also known that the “senior” co-author did not contribute much to the work but cosigns the paper as a privilege of its status being the professor, director, head of department or pro ject leader.
Tailor Based Allocations for Multiple Authorship: a fractional $gh$-index