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corps

noun [C]  /kɔr, koʊr/ ( plural corps  /kɔrz, koʊrz/) us  
a group of people who work together in a particular activity: The diplomatic corps in Washington includes representatives of most of the countries in the world. A corps is also a military unit or a special part of a country’s military forces: the Marine Corps
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