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consort

1. esp formerly
a. a small group of instruments, either of the same type, such as viols, (a whole consort) or of different types (a broken consort)
b. (as modifier): consort music
2. the husband or wife of a reigning monarch
3. a ship that escorts another
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The resulting Mass - which the Paul Winter Consort will perform Saturday in Eugene with the Eugene Concert Choir - was unlike anything heard before in the cathedral.
The consorts of our previous kings during the 20th century have each made their mark on the British way of life.
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When I sat down to review Devi: Goddesses of India, I assumed that I would simply be reading a new edition of The Divine Consort (Berkeley, 1982), the well-known collection of essays also edited by Hawley and Wulff.
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