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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A police spokesman said: "Officers were called to a report of a man causing a disturbance at a hotel on the Isle of Coll.
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.
As well as raising the money Lois has to spend time on the Isle of Coll, a small Hebridean isle, where project workers will judge whether she is suitable to go to Africa.
He became a volunteer teacher with the Project Trust which is based on the Isle of Coll near Oban in western Scotland.
Project Trust, based in the Isle of Coll in Scotland, is attempting to track down Carolyn Seymour, from the Alcester area, as part of its 30th anniversary celebrations.
JUNE 29, 2016 In another picture by the Isle of Coll snapper, desperate refugees can be seen crammed into the hold of a boat - containing more than 500 people - off the coast of Libya.
Additionally, CMAL has established 12 x 10t public moorings at Loch Eatharna, Isle of Coll (Appendix 1) and a ferry mooring at Tobermory, Isle of Mull
Based on the Hebridean Isle of Coll, the Trust sends youngsters to teach or work in social care in Africa, Asia and the Americas.