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Col´lum


n.1.(Anat.) A neck or cervix.
2.(Bot.) Same as Collar.
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WILLIE COLLUM has been labelled the worst referee in the Champions League and told he should stick to wearing a kilt.
Furious Robbie Neilson last night slaughtered Willie Collum for showing Callum Paterson a red card.
PADDY COLLUM played in one huge Longford upset of Dublin and, for that reason, has no apprehension about facing them on Sunday.
4, were announced by Provost Charles Collum in a July 31 email to faculty members.
Stevenson's reckless first-half lunge on Hibs captain McPake could have changed the game had he been dismissed, but referee Willie Collum did not even book the former Ayr United midfielder.
The miners were on strike at the Chinese-owned Collum coal mine in Sinazongwe in protest of delays in raising the minimum wage.
Richard Price, 41, and 23-yearold Collum Keyes were banned from attending protests more than ten miles from the centre Birmingham.
OLD Firm referee Willie Collum received a number of threatening phone calls following Sunday's derby at Parkhead, the Scottish Football Association have confirmed.
3 NEIL LENNON claimed Old Firm rookie referee Willie Collum let him down on two crucial decisions during the 3-1 defeat by Rangers at Parkhead yesterday.
Indeed, if as appears the case, Willie Collum is the SFA's bright hope for the future then we are indeed in a state.
RAGING St Mirren boss Gus MacPherson blasted ref Willie Collum for not showing Artur Boruc red.
Unfortunately, the O'Donnell camp has received some very serious news recently as it was revealed that Daniel's right-hand man Joe Collum has been diagnosed with cancer.