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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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Consort has halted all work at similar facilities until it has investigated the accident and reassured no staff were injured.
They also approved PS322 costs for the deputy mayor Steven Bletsoe and his consort, Freya Bletsoe, who is also a town councillor, to travel by car.
She'll be William's Queen Consort, much as the Queen Mother was during her husband's reign and much as Camilla will be during Charles' to come," he wrote.
"Consort Precision Diamond actually exports extensively to markets outside of the EU, meaning that it is a stronger position to deal with the changes and challenges that Brexit will bring.
Christopher Monks, artistic director of Armonico Consort, said: "A workplace choir has so many benefits for the individuals and business alike and the feedback about the positive effects on mental well-being and increased productivity has been considerable.
Under this agreement, Consort subsidiaries Aesica and Bespak will work with Opiant to produce a ready-to-use Unidose Xtra device pre-filled with nalmefene.
This will make her Queen Consort - despite the fact that Clarence House issued a statement when the Duchess and Charles married that she "intended" to use the title "HRH The Princess Consort".
Morning Sun: Adventures with Oboe is an anthology of recordings made by double-reed master Paul McCandless and seven-time Grammy winning group the Paul Winter Consort over the course of 45 years.
4 December 2015 - US-based hair care company Strength of Nature has acquired the Motions, Just for Me, Consort and Groom and Clean brands from British-Dutch consumer goods company Unilever (NYSE: UN) (LSE: ULVR), the company said.