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con

(esp US), conn Nautical
the place where a person who cons a vessel is stationed

con

[SF fandom] A science-fiction convention. Not used of other sorts of conventions, such as professional meetings. This term, unlike many others of SF-fan slang, is widely recognised even by hackers who aren't fans. "We'd been corresponding on the net for months, then we met face-to-face at a con."

CON

(CONsole) A common device name for the keyboard and screen. See Copy con and device names.
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Con Ed, however, insisted on a penalty of ten times the customer's average daily cost for using a small amount of gas and fifteen times for using a large amount of gas.
El proyecto del aeropuerto es en sociedad con Parsons Transportation Group, de California.
The interview of con artists represents a significant challenge in the investigation of frauds committed by this type of criminal.
Staffordshire Moorlands: Con 5172, Lab 4231, Lib Dem 1838.
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Se calcula que en el primer ano del acuerdo, las exportaciones llegaran a 140,000 vehiculos, con un arancel del 1.