from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • See Kos.

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  • proper n. An island of the Dodecanese, Greece.


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  • The same relativity appears as an enigma in Così é

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  • Besides catwalk designers, high-street minimalist label Cos has worked the tunic-and-trouser look, through sleek three-quarter-length coats teamed with pencil-thin, pressed-pleat trousers - an easy way to embrace the look - while Toast's "Late Summer" offerings consist of the washed silk Tilda tunic worn with a stretch skinny trouser in gunmetal grey. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The firsts, super-seconds (well, maybe in Cos d’Estournel’s situation), and Ch. Palmers will sell, but I hope the other houses price fairly.

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  • Another developer, the JBG Cos., is planning a tower of nearly identical height down the block on North Moore Street that will feature an observation deck.

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  • Recent days 'cascade of bad news, culminating in yesterday's bailout of Bear Stearns Cos., is accelerating the erosion of trust in the longevity of some brand-name U.S. financial institutions.

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  • The Cos was the executive producer of the project and provided the concepts for all 14 songs.


  • The production, called Così fan Tutte: Defining Women, will be performed by the Underworld Productions Opera Ensemble at Symphony Space in ...

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  • It suggested the sorts of names not uncommon in many of the Vosk towns, however, names reflecting the cultural mixtures of many such places, reflecting influences as diverse as those of the island urbarates, such as Cos and Tyros, on one hand, and those of the southern cities, such as Venna and Ar on the other.

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  • Whereas most towns on the river are, in effect, free states, few are strong enough to ignore powers such as Cos and its. major rival in these territories, the city of Ar. Cos and Ar.compete with one another to gain treaties with these river towns, control the traffic, and dominate the commerce of the river to their respective advantages.

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  • _Laborer: _ "'Cos' e's too blinkin 'lazy to go back fer the other one."

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