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doco

(jargon)
/do'koh/ 1. (In-house jargon at Symbolics) A documentation writer.

See also devo and mango.

2. (UK) A short technical document. A "doco" is often not the documentation passed to management.

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The strain the economy has put on consumers has caused DOCO to start seeing delinquencies on members with credit scores higher than 600 as well, Salter said.
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Hang it all, why not have the doco microfilmed too.
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Down south in the City of Sin this week, doing a bit of radio and falling over at a friend's birthday party ( more of that later ( I happened to catch BBC2's doco of Cornwall "invasion" of frappuccino-swilling Islington in north London.
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