Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In law, a joint owner or tenant in common, who has an independent, although an undivided, interest in property with another or others.

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  • noun a person who owns something in common with others

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Examples

  • Thanks to Pittsburgh Pirates part-owner Bing Crosby, the entire telecast of game 7 of the 1960 World Series exists.

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • Thanks to Pittsburgh Pirates part-owner Bing Crosby, the entire telecast of game 7 of the 1960 World Series exists.

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • Shari Redstone, daughter of media mogul Sumner Redstone , was chairman and part-owner in Rising Star, which operates under the name Kinostar de Lux, along with its chief executive, Paul Heth , and investment banker Charlie Ryan of UFG Private Equity of Russia.

    Redstone Sells Russian Movie-Theater Chain

  • Thanks to Pittsburgh Pirates part-owner Bing Crosby, the entire telecast of game 7 of the 1960 World Series exists.

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • Spears reported on Friday that Jordan--a part-owner and front-office executive with the Charlotte Bobcats--had been interested in making the Nuggets an offer for Anthony before the 26-year-old's representatives told the NBA legend he had no interest in playing for Charlotte.

    Melo Says 'No' To Michael Jordan

  • Bain, co-founded by presidential candidate Mitt Romney and currently run by a group including Boston Celtics part-owner Stephen Pagliuca , justified the expenses by noting it had a larger staff and higher costs than most competitors.

    Bain Capital Lowers Its Fees

  • Hillwood contends that as a part-owner of the Mavericks, the rich spending "has substantially diminished" the value of its investment.

    Former Dallas Mavericks owner's company sues club

  • Redskins minority owner Robert Rothman and part-owner Dwight Schar each contributed $5,000.

    NFL executes lobbying blitz on Capitol Hill

  • In December 2003, Bruce Ratner, a real estate tycoon and part-owner of the New Jersey Nets basketball team, held a press conference in New York City to announce his latest project, a 22-acre "urban utopia" called the Atlantic Yards.

    The Great Basketball Swindle

  • Spears reported on Friday that Jordan--a part-owner and front-office executive with the Charlotte Bobcats--had been interested in making the Nuggets an offer for Anthony before the 26-year-old's representatives told the NBA legend he had no interest in playing for Charlotte.

    Melo Says 'No' To Michael Jordan

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