Co.


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Co.

abbr.
1. company
2. county
Translations

Co.

ABBR
1. [keʊ] (Comm) =companyCía., S.A.
Joe and CoJoe y compañía
2. =county

Co.

[ˈkəʊ] abbr = company, county
and co. → et compagnie

Co.

abbr
a. =companyC., C.ia
b. = county
References in classic literature ?
Another minute, and she will despise me for a hypocrite," thought I; and an impulse of fury against Reed, Brocklehurst, and Co.
The manuscript was revised around 1803 and sold to a London publisher, Crosbie & Co.
Well, if you really want to know, I got them from Gelder & Co.
We ordered three busts of that sort from Gelder & Co.
His reasons for destroying the busts were still unknown, and he refused to answer any questions upon the subject, but the police had discovered that these same busts might very well have been made by his own hands, since he was engaged in this class of work at the establishment of Gelder & Co.
Yes, gentlemen," said he, "it is the most famous pearl now existing in the world, and it has been my good fortune, by a connected chain of inductive reasoning, to trace it from the Prince of Colonna's bedroom at the Dacre Hotel, where it was lost, to the interior of this, the last of the six busts of Napoleon which were manufactured by Gelder & Co.
Mango herself, of the great house of Mango, Plantain, and Co.
Acting upon this hint, Dobbin furiously canvassed the governor, the commander-in-chief, the judges, the regiments, and everybody whom he knew in the Presidency, and sent home to Sedley and Co.
At nine o'clock on such a morning, the place of business of Pubsey and Co.
if we go on in this way, we shall seem to be almost making game of Mr Riah, or of Pubsey and Co.
But whatever you do, Lammle, don't--don't--don't, I beg of you--ever fall into the hands of Pubsey and Co.
It would not, he acknowledged, be a bad speculation for Guest & Co.