The so-called scholarly credentials of Langdon and his companion, one Katherine Solomon, are also rather suspect.
A companion product still in development for the internal threat is called Inmate.
“At 54 I want to be able to marry my companion, or at least start the conversation,” he said at a debate on the topic.
She, then still a teen, instantly became his closest confidante and companion through the many storms of his career.
While Steinbeck journeyed with his loyal French poodle, Buzzell has only a 1964 Mercury Comet Caliente as a companion.
When he looked back at his companion he was smiling impishly.
Going back amazed, he asked his companion who the girl he had seen could have been.
"I'd have quit it anyway if you had just said the word," laughed her companion.
Exclusion was to me starvation, and I eagerly adopted the counsel of my companion.
"I found it, anyhow," said Fanny, turning her head away from her companion.
c.1300, from Old French compagnon "fellow, mate, friend, partner" (12c.), from Late Latin companionem (nominative companio), literally "bread fellow, messmate," from Latin com- "with" (see com-) + panis "bread" (see food).
Found first in 6c. Frankish Lex Salica, and probably a translation of a Germanic word (cf. Gothic gahlaiba "messmate," from hlaib "loaf of bread"). Replaced Old English gefera "traveling companion," from faran "go, fare."