comes

The title granted to the commander of a field army in the 4th century AD as used in titles, such as: - comes domesticorum - a commander of the household troops. - comes domesticorum equitum - a count of the household cavalry. A Byzantine guard cavalry commander. - comes rei militaris - a count of military affairs. A Byzantine military commander. Al…...

Comes

Comes (z {respell|KOH|meez}), plural comites (z {respell|KOM|i-teez}), is the Latin word for `companion`, either individually or as a member of a collective known as comitatus, especially the suite of a magnate, in some cases large and/or formal enough to have a specific name, such as a cohors amicorum. The word comes derives from com- `with` ...
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COMES

The French Solar Energy Authority (Commissariat à l`Energie Solaire, ComES), a public scientific and industrial entity, was set up in 1978 to promote a comprehensive energy policy based on energy savings, on efficient energy management, and on renewable sources of energy (photovoltaic, solar thermal, wind, hydraulic, biomass). It was supervised ....
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Comes

• (n.) The answer to the theme (dux) in a fugue.
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Comes

'Companion'. A - friend of the emperor. B - late Roman army commander C - elite cavalryman.
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comes

(ko´mēz) pl. comi´tes an artery or vein accompanying a nerve trunk.
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Comes

(Latin) companion, friend.
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Comes

Co'mes noun [ Latin , a companion.] (Mus.) The answer to the theme ( dux ) in a fugue.
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comes

A blood vessel accompanying another vessel or a nerve; the veins accompanying an artery, often two in number, are called venae comitantes or venae comites. ... Origin: L. A companion, fr. Com-, together, + eo, pp. Itus, to go ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Comes

In music a comes is the answer to the theme (dux) in a fugue.
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comes

Type: Term Pronunciation: kō′mēz, kom′i-tēz Definitions: 1. A blood vessel accompanying another vessel or a nerve; the veins accompanying an artery, often two in number, are called venae comitantes or venae comites.
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