Among those credits are many in collaboration with her brother.
It is about taking direct steps to create a culture of collaboration and innovation.
“A moving picture is by its nature a collaboration, and any collaboration is compromise,” he told The Paris Review in 1956.
Indeed, the only political book that Vincent has written in the first-person was done in collaboration with McCain.
Why is collaboration important to you as a creative as well as to Bottega Veneta as a brand?
Thorndike calls this comedy "perhaps the best representation of the collaboration" of these dramatists in that kind.
Here possibly we have a key to the purpose of the collaboration.
Latterly he took to a teasing process of collaboration, which his sincerest admirers could have willingly spared.
Now and then, especially in the case83 of religious works, there was collaboration.
"I am going to ask for your collaboration in another case," said Thorndyke, a day or two later.
1860, from French collaboration, noun of action from Latin collaborare (see collaborate). In a bad sense, "tratorious cooperation with an occupying enemy," it is recorded from 1940; earliest references are to the Vichy Government of France.