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a husband or wife

to be with or go with (another)

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the husband or wife of a reigning monarch

a family of similar musical instrument playing together

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keep company

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One of the principle reasons for our success is that our software brings higher margins to builders like The Jones Company and Consort Homes, by optimizing leads, converting leads to sales, and making the options-selection process more profitable.
Finally, I would like to say good luck to Cllr Gary Millar and his consort, Steve Macfarlane.
This acquisition is the first in a series of strategic moves which will enhance our capabilities and give us access to a wider range of expert skills, said Darren Schindler, Director at Consort Group.
Parts of Prince Consort Road and Dryden Road also expected to be closed for short periods.
Consort director Stephen Gordon said: "There were some minor interferences in the distribution of power which meant areas of the site didn't get power for a little while.
It's her wish that she be known as Princess Consort and that won't change.
Angus Smith, of the Orlando Consort, also worked with them.
The Garden Consort features soprano Naomi Harvey, mezzo-soprano Deborah Hawksley, tenor George Owen, baritone John Morgan and pianist Roy Gregory.
Philip's duties as consort began on February 6, 1952, when his young wife Princess Elizabeth became Queen.
Buying group Sugro UK has taken its membership to 60 with the addition of Consort Frozen Foods, Paul Burton and RA Trading.
Consort Homes are offering a subsidy of up to pounds 700 a month for two years at their Clannoch Brae site in Lesmahagow.
Winter wasn't, at first, quite certain he was the man for the job, even though he and his group, the Paul Winter Consort, were then artists in residence at the liberal Episcopal cathedral.
Now we are being told that in the fullness of time we shall have Camilla, Princess Consort.
The choir and period-instrument ensemble sound fine, and a small trumpet consort led by Friedemann Immer delivers all of the glorious martial bluster one could ask.
By coincidence, on the afternoon I listened to the album Fire-Water, Music of Renaissance Spain with the King's Singers and the Harp Consort on RCA, I followed it with this one, A Flemish Feast, Flemish Renaissance Wind Music from the group Piffaro on DG Archiv.