- v. Simple past tense and past participle of co-host.
“The show was co-hosted by television host and model Nina Manuel and television personality Jitin Hingorani.”
“Mr. Paulson was in Beijing for a seminar on urban development co-hosted by his new Paulson Institute, based in Chicago.”
“Then he departed the eponymous morning show he'd co-hosted for almost three decades in New York, leaving television with an unfamiliar hollow.”
“Cherie has also attended the Important Dinner for Women event, which was started at Davos in 2008 and is co-hosted by Deng.”
“The charming Arnaz co-hosted the Town Hall event and regaled the audience with tales from her career in the industry.”
“Because of the conventional mid-show sag where awards are given out that nobody outside the industry has any interest in, the second half of next year's show will be co-hosted by Sheen and Jerry Springer, the theory being that bad taste is better than no taste at all.”
“On Wednesday, actor Jake Gyllenhaal co-hosted with Mr. Lyons a private dinner and auction that raised $77,250.”
“That is why the U.S. and Norway co-hosted a high level meeting of the GAVI Alliance partners and stakeholders in New York yesterday.”
“Engel and MSNBC morning anchor and Carolyn Kennedy lookalike Chris Jansing co-hosted a remarkable series of live MSNBC nightly specials on the Libyan conflict all week long recently.”
“Leviatin, who co-hosted the conference I attended, is a youthful, bearded 73-year-old who has the energy and optimism of a large elf.”
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