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Co. • abbr. ∎  company: the Consett Iron Co. ∎  county: Hudson Co. PHRASES: and Co. used as part of the titles of commercial businesses to designate the partner or partners not named. ∎  (also and co.) inf. and the rest of them: I got there at 12.30 and waited for Mark and Co. to arrive.

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Consett

Consett (kŏn´sət), town (1991 pop. 33,433), Durham, NE England. The major economic focus is on engineering. The town has associations with the Roman, Saxon, and Norman conquests. A German colony of swordmakers settled in Consett in the 17th cent.

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