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An abbreviation of the expression “consolidated annuities,” and used in modern times as a name of various funds united in one for the payment of the British national debt. Also, a name given to certain issues of bonds of the state of South Carolina. Whaley v. Gaillard, 21 S. C. 568. Consortio malorum me quo quo malum faeit. Moore, 817. The company of wicked men makes me also wicked.


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