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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.
References in classic literature ?
"You couldn't expect her to throw her arms round 'ee, an' to kiss and to coll 'ee all at once."
"Within there, Coll! Hast the damsel awakened from her swoon?"
Boucek coll., female holotype (BMNH)) and Japan, Ryukyu Islands (Mita 2009b).
A largely industrial plastics recycler, Coll Materials was founded by CEO and President Brian Coll in the basement of his home in December 2007.
Coll said that the talks between the Obama administration and Taliban officials are a constructive step.
Most damage is likely to happen not in Europe or America, but in India," Coll warned on a day Pakistan called Indian external affairs minister S.M.
Provider of specialist IT products and services System C Healthcare plc (LSE:SYS) stated on Wednesday that its group finance director Andrew Coll resigned to take up a new position in Qatar early 2010 and non executive director Thomas Chambers takes over as acting group finance director.
MATERIAL EXAMINED: 1[female], CHINA: Jilin, Mount Changbaishan, 10.VIII.1977, coll. Junhua He; 1[female], Xingjiang, Hejing, 31.VII.1958, coll.
Coll reports that ''I also felt that we were in a very difficult situation -- with no precedent at the Bank -- and that it had enormous potential to damage the Bank's reputation.
Malkin coll. (CAS); San Esteban, 6 [??], 7 [??], XI.1939, P.Anduze coll.
Round Five: Durham School 15 Barnard Castle 13, Queen Elizabeths, Hexham 13 Keswick School 15, Bradford GS v Hymers Coll (Dec 8), King Williams, IOM 7 St Ambrose Coll 20.
Cardiff Crown Court heard Mr Gauci - a 20-stone nightclub bouncer - had started a relationship with Coll's former partner Beverley McCloed.