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Crew, company, band: “Collatine and all his lordly c.” Lucr. 1731. “we'll bring thee to our --s,” Gentl. IV, 1, 74(?). “a c. of patches,” Mids. III, 2, 9. “so dissolute a c.” R2 V, 3, 12. “that consorted c.” R2 V, 3, 12 “art thou of Cornish c.?” H5 IV, 1, 50 (Pistol's speech). “all the c. of them,” H6B II, 2, 72. “to London all the c. are gone,” H6C II, 1, 174. “with a valiant c.” R3 IV, 5, 12. “a c. of wretched souls,” Mcb. IV, 3, 141. “a c. of pirates,” Per. V, 1, 176.
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