Etymology
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Viagra (n.)
1998, proprietary name of drug manufactured by Pfizer company.
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caboodle (n.)
"crowd, pack, lot, company," 1848, see kit and caboodle.
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whole (n.)
"entire body or company; the full amount," late 14c., from whole (adj.).
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AOL 
dominant online service of the late 1990s, initialism (acronym) of America Online, a company name attested from late 1989.
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consort (n.2)

"company of musicians," 1580s, noun of action from consort (v.), by confusion with concert.

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Irishry (n.)
"people of Ireland, the Irish people conceived as a company or body," late 14c., from Irish + -ry.
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foursome (n.)
"four in company," early 14c., from four + -some (2). Specific golf sense is from 1858.
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Cadillac (n.)
type of luxury automobile made by the Cadillac Automobile Company, established in 1902 by Detroit engine-maker Henry Martyn Leland and named for Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac (1658-1730), French minor aristocrat and colonial governor who founded Detroit in 1701. The company was purchased by General Motors in 1909.
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Microsoft 

computer software company, founded 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen.

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Saran 
U.S. trademark name for PVC used as a cling-film, 1940, by Dow Chemical Company.
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