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  • verb Present participle of company.


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  • FINNSTROM: The companying of key Latino endorsements and campaign stops.

    CNN Transcript Jan 27, 2008 2008

  • Seeing the leach the King rose to him in honour and seated him by his side; then the food trays furnished with the daintiest viands were brought and the physician ate with the King, nor did he cease companying him all that day.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night 2006

  • And I think every refinery companying is doing something at existing refineries to increase their capacity.

    CNN Transcript May 24, 2007 2007

  • It sucks that its necessary, but the discussion is about trademark not about a specific companying protecting their trademark.

    Adobe to Envato: Flash Is Ours, Change Your Name Daniel Brusilovsky 2005

  • Again, Thetis seems to do indecently, when she exhorts her son to follow his pleasures and minds him of companying with women.

    Essays and Miscellanies 2004

  • She picked it out of a large study file, did some cross-checking on the ac-companying visuals, and decided to share the result with Father Jamieson, with whom she'd had an ongoing rela'tionship for nearly a year.

    Mid Flinx Foster, Alan Dean 1995

  • These historical examples were in general either connected with allegorical gen - eralizations (in the big decorations of the late baroque the central fresco was often an allegory and the ac - companying canvas-pictures presented historical ex - amples of virtues; Garas, pp. 280-83) or conceived in an allegorical way.


  • A.companying this letter was a slip from one of the large New York dailies confirming his story, and reporting the resolutions passed at a great public meeting, of which A. Sarony was President and Chairman,

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 122, December, 1867 Various

  • For intimacy is the full enjoyment of friendship, and most pleasant is companying with and spending the day with a friend.

    Plutarch's Morals 46-120? Plutarch

  • I see why Jesus came eating meat and drinking wine and companying with publicans and sinners.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 7 Charles Herbert Sylvester


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