consolidated

[ kuh n-sol-i-dey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF consolidated
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Now don't breathe a word of this, but there's a big deal on in Consolidated Copper.

Consolidated is no now, and it'll be up to 150 by April at the latest.

Consolidated Copper opened that day at 78, and went by two o'clock to 51.

The key to it is in my safety-deposit vault at the Consolidated Bank.

It was 78 miles long and formed about one-fourth of the consolidated line.

Earth itself, when not consolidated, is dissolved by water; when consolidated, by fire only.

But he was very anxious that the Consolidated Pacific people should think he had.

A consolidated school or a library cannot be maintained at every crossroads.

Where there are fewer the school should be consolidated with a neighboring school.

All this conduces to the securing of good teachers in the consolidated center.

WORD ORIGIN

past participle adjective from consolidate. Of money, debt, etc., from 1753; in literal sense of "made firm, unified," from c.1850.

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