n.1.A colonist.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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PESHAWAR -- Coloner Azmat Habib clinched the title of Corps Commander Amateur Golf Cup 2016 played here at Peshawar Golf Course while Kabir Khan was runner up.
The police are investigating the cause of death, said Coloner Al Kizi.
II s'agissait de coloner la planche qui est dans le livre de Langlois, rien de plus--et eetle illustration me plaisait precisement parce que ce rretait pas une illustration, mais un document historique.
The liberals of Provins, led by Vinet and Gouraud--"the satanic lawyer and the wily coloner' ("le satanique avocat et le ruse colonel" [Balzac 190])--encourage the Rogron to open a salon for liberals, hoping to tap their fortune to finance a newspaper, thus advancing their political agenda against the royalists.
They were finally subdued by Coloner <IR> KIT CARSON </IR> in 1863.
Because the colonel is Southern and demonstrably attached to the trappings of the antebellum era, it is perhaps Chesnutt's hope that the coloners observations--and later, his challenging of retroactive justifications for slavery based on the current economic condition of poor emancipated blacks--carry more weight given his regional and social origins.
The coloners eyes were heavy with grief that night, and yet he lay awake late, and with his sorrow were mingled many consoling thoughts.
(5) To the shocked coloners surprise, Johnson swore him to secrecy then told him that he wanted Brereton transferred away from Fort Sill.
Whitinsville also has a capable bench that includes Pete Koopman, Jon Vriesema, Tyler VandenAkker, Mike Bloem, Reed Bowden, Aaron Coloners and Carl Santos.