References in classic literature ?
`Oh, he comed there from far, far away,' says Joe, `and I fought he was going to eat me up, Uncle Jim.' `Were you scared?' says I.
"Ah!" said Lisbeth slowly, still wondering; "ye comed in so light, like the shadow on the wall, an' spoke i' my ear, as I thought ye might be a sperrit.
An' so war Adam, but they'n ne'er comed again this 'ear.
That was Roberts' men, that was, and comed of changing names to their ships--ROYAL FORTUNE and so on.
'And how isn't that nowt comed in fro' th' field, be this time?
"As night falls, and Mother Nature continues to grip our service area with extremely cold temperatures, our 500+ ComEd and contractor crews will continue to restore power to those experiencing outages," the company said in a tweet.
State regulators gave the green light Thursday for ComEd to lower residential monthly bills by between $2 and $3.
The company also would have to apply for electric interconnection permission from ComEd.
Also, ComEd and Nicor perform a home energy assessment on a lesser scale to identify ways you use energy in your home for free."
ComEd recommends any customer who experiences an outage to go to a heated location, such as a community warming center, until power is restored.