American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The symbol for the element cobalt.
- abbr. Bible Corinthians
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. the chemical formula for cobalt, a ferromagnetic metal of atomic number 27.
“Misspoke and wants to take it back (let's call it Co-Op).”
“All ‘barbarian’ business was to be conducted solely through a monopoly, a guild, of ten Chinese merchants which we call the Co-hong.”
“The Shackletts run National Label Co. in Lafayette Hill and have long been fixtures in local GOP circles.”
“So, maybe you should deal with a title Co more in tune with how short sales work is my thought on the issue.”
“The Weinstein Co is considering using a censored title in newspapers that originally rejected the film’s original advertisements.”
“The Unit is now managed, so far as I understand, by a non-linguist, although one of the three remaining linguists the clerk’s post disappeared with computerization has the title Co-ordinator.”
“Right here, DNCNN doesn't even mention that this Co is linked to Haliburton.”
“According to team captain Co-Captains Kelsey Phipps and Tamar Sekayan, at least 24 former staff, supporters, and friends will reunite for the walk.”
“As Kellie notes, Shakespeare & Co is nearby, and a must for a look-see.”
“Before that, it was in Co-President Hillary's health care program.”
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