coll

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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.
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But now, Isle of Coll in the Inner Hebrides, with a population of just 150, could become famous for being the home of the tastiest breakfast in Britain.
Company boss Shane Wasik said the mum of two, who was the oldest person to do the Loch Lomond Swim in 2017, had no problem taking to the waters off the Isle of Coll for her shark experience.
From Loch Airigh in the Outer Hebrides with its links to Jupiter, and the Isle of Coll - Scotland's Dark Sky Island - to Bonnybridge near Falkirk, the UFO capital of Scotland, there are many places where you can enjoy an out-of-this-world experience.
In addition, there are 17 Dark Sky Discovery Sites in the UK, including locations within the Brecon Beacons, Snowdonia, South Downs and North York Moors national parks, as well as the Elan Valley in mid-Wales, Kielder Water in Northumberland and the Isle of Coll. Astronomers have capitalised on these conditions by erecting a number of observatories, most notably at Dalby Forest in the North York Moors and Kielder Observatory in Northumberland.
Feeding ewe leading prices - Texel PS66 Borlick; Chev PS47 Parbroath; Mule PS46 Kirkton; Llyen PS44 Cliad (Isle of Coll); BF PS39 Drummond Estate; Cross PS39 Balafark.
5 Katie Morag Mairi Hedderwick The Isle of Coll in the Inner Hebrides was the inspiration for Katie Morag's home on the Isle of Struay.
These include: Bodmin Moor, Cornwall; Brecon Beacons, Wales; Elan Valley, west Wales; Exmoor, south west England; Galloway, Scotland; Isle of Coll, Inner Hebrides of Scotland; Northumberland, north east England; South Downs, Hampshire and East Sussex.
One of Mark's pictures, taken near the Isle of Coll, Scotland, showing a mauve stinger (Pelagia noctiluca) fighting with an anenome
Based on the Hebridean Isle of Coll, the it sends youngsters to teach or work in social care in Africa, Asia and the Americas.
"That was on the Isle of Coll, off the Scottish coast, and we had to make our own way there to show that you are up for the job of going abroad for a year.
Below the water's surface, off the Isle of Coll in the Inner Hebrides, the huge mouth of a basking shark dominates a picture of it gobbling up microscopic plankton.
ROBWAINWRIGHT Former Scotland captain runs a farm and bed and breakfast on Hebridean Isle of Coll, which has a population of just 160..