Did you perchance mean companies?
- n. Obsolete spelling of company.
“(in Latine Ruptarij) which name whether it came of a French word, as ye would say some vnrulie and headstrong companie, or of the Dutch word”
“The prince is to eat in public, "to shew that he loves not to haunt companie, which is one of the marks of a tyrant, and that he delights not to eat privatelie, ashamed of his gluttonie.”
“Wherupon he sent him word, that he wold come to visit him, with foure Gentlemen onely in his companie, meaning to sup with him in his Garden the next night ensuing.”
“When I see the AMA, Trial Lawyer, Unions, and Pharmacy companie sit down at the table to put in writing what they will give up to reduce costs, then I will consider Congress doing something.”
“They are a companie like any other one that is more worried about profits.”
“There is no excuse to advocate that U.S. companie break the law nor should we feel any sympathy for those who do.”
“Wonder how much he's received from the insurance companie?”
“Recent trends haven't been encouraging for multinational companie seeking to do business in China.”
“I know the deal was about long-term strategy for both companie ...”
“These papers are finding new life beyond the ivory tower, echoing the widely used and controversial medical research funded by pharmaceutical and other medical companie”
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