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AcronymDefinition
COLColumn
COLColonel
COLCollege
COLCommonwealth Of Learning (RSA)
COLColorado (old style)
COLColumbia (cinematography)
COLColombia
COLCounsel
COLCollections
COLCollected
COLColonial
COLCost Of Living
COLColored
COLComplexity (gaming, Counter-Strike team)
COLCatalogue of Life (species database)
COLColima (postcode, Mexico)
COLCollateral
COLCollagen
COLColfax (Amtrak station code; Colfax, CA)
COLColossians
COLColiseum
COLCentury of Light
COLCity Of London
COLCry Out Loud
COLCommittee on Legislation (various organizations)
COLCrying Out Loud
COLCommunity of Learners (various organizations)
COLConflicts of Loyalty
COLCentre for Open Learning (various locations)
COLCat on Lap
COLCulture of Lawfulness (various organizations)
COLColumbus AFB (Columbus, MS)
COLCustomer's Own Leather
COLCentre Oscar Lambret (French cancer center)
COLConnected Line Identity
COLColor Palette
COLComplex Objects Logical Language
COLCheck Out Language
COLComité Ouvrier du Logement (French: Housing Worker Committee)
COLCollege of Letters (Wesleyan University)
COLCombined Operating License
COLContingency Operating Location
COLCause Of Loss (insurance)
COLCooperative Oxford Laboratory (Maryland)
COLCouncil on Ocean Law
COLCentre Ornithologique Lorrain (French: Lorraine Ornithological Center; Lorraine, France)
COLComputer Oriented Language
COLCaldera Open Linux
COLColors of Love (band)
COLCheck Off List
COLCity of License (FCC)
COLCertificate of License
COLCommon Output Level (US DoD)
COLChuckle out Loud
COLCartridge Overall Length
COLCircle of Life Foundation
COLCarmel Olefins Ltd. (Israel)
COLCoastal Ocean Laboratory
COLCollege of Law of England and Wales
COLClose Operating Location (US Air Force)
COLConsortium for Open Learning
COLCombat Off Load
COLCommunications-Oriented Language
COLChain of Leadership and Management
COLCheckout Language (NASA)
COLCareer Opportunities List
COLContract Loan Program
COLClap Out Loud
COLClan Collision (Runescape game)
COLContracting Officer Letter
COLChip-On-Loadbeam technology
COLCustomer's Own Label (food production)
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Col Russell knew that hand flying the Dragon Lady at altitude was a challenge even when on top of one's game and that Col Henry was fighting for his life in a struggle to get the aircraft under control.
Col 4: In brackets, percentage of pupils absent or disapplied in that test.
Apart from the dampening impact of the inclusion of the China A shares into the MSCI, COL pointed out that historically, August was a weak month for the Philippine stock market.
With only approximately 5% of revenues from regional jet activity (down from about 7% the prior year) and COL's ability to shift workers and assets among platforms according to demand, COL should be able to more than offset declining business from Bombardier with additional business generated by production increases in business jets, large commercial aircraft, and Embraer's -170 and -190 regional jets.
Our highly scalable business has shown operating leverage in 2016 as net income grew at a much faster pace than revenues,' COL president Conrado Bate said during the company's stockholders meeting last week.
The COL is Canada-based an intergovernmental organization, founded at the 1987 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
As our global IP satellite networks enable more military and government customers to extend their voice and data networks, Col.
Following officers and men have been awarded with Tamgha-i-Basalat, Lt Col Adil Rehmani, FF, Lt Col Obaid Ullah Anwar, NLI, Lt Col Sikandar Sultan, FF, Lt Col Shoaib Bin Akram, FF, Maj Afaq Ahmad (Shaheed), Punjab, Maj Muhammad Amir Shahzad (Shaheed), AD, Maj Khalid Nawaz, Sind, Maj Yasar Zaka, FF, Maj Khurum Ahsan, AK, Capt Mohsin Shiraz Abbasi, FF, Capt Nasir Naseer, FF, Lt Atta Ur Rehman (Shaheed), Punjab, Lt Syed Irtaza Abbas Gardezi (Shaheed), Punjab, Lt M.
Reich currently works in Force Projection at the Army's G-4 at the Pentagon, under Col.
More than 200 people were on hand as Dennis Davenport, assistant city manager for Lancaster, introduced this year's honorees: Col.