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The symbol itself is called an ampersand.  It means "and" or in a broader sense, "plus" or "additionally".

If I can't always dazzle 'em with brilliance, I'll try baffling 'em with BS. Band of None

The emoticon :& means tongue-tied (the tongue in a knot)

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