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- n. A joint conspirator.
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- n. Alternative spelling of co-conspirator.
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- n. a member of a conspiracy
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Yasrebi was identified as a coconspirator in the indictment but was not charged.
Lauded by Kot as allowing the customer to be a "coconspirator" and "creative partner," moreover, Trent Reznor's five-tiered pricing system got traction after the Reznor-produced Saul Williams 'song "List of Demands" appeared in a Nike commercial.
Any democratic senator that votes for the bill is a coconspirator to one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in Washington.
Manny Saban represented how the church had, however unwittingly, been a coconspirator to Frank Curtis.
My friend, my boon companion, my competition, my cheerful, befreckled coconspirator, fellow sharer of secret language.
She made me look like a coconspirator in the lede, he complained to Mick Lowe.
Goldman and coconspirator Paulson packaged loans which they knew with the mathematical certainty provided by Fab Tourre's aeronautical engineer colleague were [excrement] and sold them to European banks which were dumb enough not to do the math and trusted Goldman's reputation for not routinely engaging in such in-your-face misstatements, conflicts of interest and breaches of fiduciary duty.
Picard's allegations make Picower look like a Madoff coconspirator; Picower and his lawyers maintained he was a victim who knew nothing about the fraud and felt betrayed by Madoff.
Mr. Bharara, by naming him an "unindicted coconspirator," had appeared to settle for disgracing Mr. Gupta rather than charging him.
I dreamt while talking on the phone with Patrick Lee, my SCI FI Wire unindicted coconspirator pulled up my credit report.