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coll

(kɒl)
vb (tr)
to embrace (a person)

coll.

1. collateral.
2. collect.
3. collection.
4. college.
5. collegiate.
6. colloquial.
References in classic literature ?
You couldn't expect her to throw her arms round 'ee, an' to kiss and to coll 'ee all at once.
At Newcastle Crown Court, Coll, 48, was jailed for 13 years.
Peter Mitchell, prosecuting, said that Coll initially told Inspector Louise Showering that he was only looking after the house while the owner was in London.
The court was told Coll, who is homeless, had 16 previous convictions for sex offences.
Why doesn't Coll turn a disadvantage into an advantage and set itself up as the UK's first technology–free respite zone?
Coll will work closely with lighting designers, architects and end users that specify Amerlux interior and exterior lighting products throughout Europe, the Middle East, China and other regions.
Author of Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001 and The Bin Ladens: An Arabian Family in the American Century, Coll said that though he may be courting danger at work, he tries his best to be cautious at all times.
Coll spoke on the 'Future of Newspapers and Journalism' at a session organised by the UAE Journalists Association in conjunction with the US Consulate 
General and Emirates Airline 
Festival of Literature.
Coll had to walk on the side of the roadway, she says in the complaint.
Female holotype from Malaysia (Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Biro coll.
COLL currently caters for 2 402 students enrolled in 17 Bachelors and Honours Degree programmes.
Coll said that the talks between the Obama administration and Taliban officials are a constructive step.