Colombin

Co`lom´bin


n.1.(Chem.) See Calumbin.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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One evening he tied two cats together by their hind legs with a string about six feet in length, and threw them from the wall into the midst of that noble, that princely, that royal bed, which contained not only the "Cornelius de Witt," but also the "Beauty of Brabant," milk-white, edged with purple and pink, the "Marble of Rotterdam," colour of flax, blossoms feathered red and flesh colour, the "Wonder of Haarlem," the "Colombin obscur," and the "Columbin clair terni."
Colombin 0.3102 Eritren 0.4113 Myanmar 0.4318 Republica Centro Africana 0.4711 Republica Democratica del Congo 0.5415 sudan 0.62882 Sudan del Sur 0.7787 Somalin 1.12 Afganistan 2.4 Siria 4.9 Nota: Tabla derivada de grafico de barra.
Le president Habib Sidinou, au temperament probe et colombin, ne detient plus, apparemment, les renes d'une caleche en pleine derive.
Works of the Turkish artists, Onay Akbas, Erdal Alantar, Gokce Celikel, Salih Coskun, Ali Umut Ergin, Omer Kalesi, Ruveyda Koyuncu Colombin, Ody Saban, Nevhiz Tanyeli, Utku Varlik and Ismail Yildirim will be exhibited at ''La Cite international des Arts'' hall till February 21.
Vancouver BC V6E 2S9, Canada (604) 642-5400 Fax: (604) 642-5440 Booth: 5231 Attending: Christopher Brough, group president; Greg Clarkes, managing director; Thomas Howe, president, distribution; Matthew O'Connor, president, production; Roberta Colombin, VP, distribution & acquisitions; Michelle Gahagan, VP, business affairs.