coll.

coll.

abbr.
1. collateral
2. collect
3. college
4. colloquial
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theliver Mr Mitchell said: "She was taken inside the property by Mr Coll.
With new players like Facebook, Youtube and Twitter changing the reporting style of conventional news, varsities are struggling to figure out a new curriculum for students of journalism, opined veteran American journalist and two-time Pulitzer Award winner, Steve Coll.
Recorded from Indonesia and China, Taiwan (Olmi 1991): type material from Taiwan (Nantou, Wushe, 1150 m, Henry Townes coll.
We've received competitive incentives and prompt responses to our many questions," said company president Brian Coll.
Round Six (to be played between Dec 5 and Jan 22): Durham School v Keswick School, Bradford GS/Hymers Coll v St Ambrose Coll.
Byes into round two: Cross Keys Coll, Glantaf, Cardiff HS, Caerleon, Bishop Gore, St David's Coll.
DIVISION II MEN Josh Beers, Northland Baptist Bible Coll.
The family are now offering volunteers the chance to live in their remote and beautiful home in return for loving and playing with Coll.
They're just getting their feet under them at the Post, getting traction," says Coll.
The deputy PM, who was on the election trail in Scotland, looked pleased as punch over the playful tap from seven-month-old Coll.
The pertinent passages have been discussed extensively in the literature (see, for instance, Alster's discussion of SP Coll.
Declan Bonner's side fell to Armagh last Sunday after being forced to play the final quarter of a closely-fought replay without influential centre-back Martin Coll.