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COLColumn
COLColonel
COLCollege
COLCommonwealth Of Learning (RSA)
COLColorado (old style)
ColColumbia (cinematography)
COLColombia
COLCollections
COLCollected
COLColonial
COLColored
COLComplexity (gaming, Counter-Strike team)
COLColima (postcode, Mexico)
COLCollateral
COLCollagen
COLColossians
COLColiseum
COLCity Of London
COLColumbus AFB (Columbus, MS)
COLCollege of Letters (Wesleyan University)
COLCombined Operating License
COLCause Of Loss (insurance)
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
COLCoastal Ocean Laboratory
CoLCollege of Law of England and Wales
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)
COLCustomer's Own Leather
COLContingency Operating Location
COLCommunity of Learners (various organizations)
COLCentre Ornithologique Lorrain (French: Lorraine Ornithological Center; Lorraine, France)
COLCentre for Open Learning (various locations)
COLCost Of Living
COLCrying Out Loud
COLCounsel
COLCommittee on Legislation (various organizations)
COLComité Ouvrier du Logement (French: Housing Worker Committee)
COLCry Out Loud
COLCouncil on Ocean Law
CoLCatalogue of Life (species database)
References in classic literature ?
The crowd poured out of the place and went flocking away in excited groups and couples, taking the events of the session over with vivacity and consuming interest, and everybody seemed to have had a satisfactory and enjoyable day except the accused, their counsel, and their old lady friend.
Thus BEELZEBUB Pleaded his devilish Counsel, first devis'd By SATAN, and in part propos'd: for whence, But from the Author of all ill could Spring So deep a malice, to confound the race Of mankind in one root, and Earth with Hell To mingle and involve, done all to spite The great Creatour?
In truth, senor," said Sancho, "one of the counsels and cautions I mean to bear in mind shall be this, not to belch, for I'm constantly doing it.
Honour him then yourself, Olympian lord of counsel, and grant victory to the Trojans, till the Achaeans give my son his due and load him with riches in requital.
It consisted of a short, comprehensive summary of the testimony, laying bare the artifice of the prisoner’s counsel, and placing the facts in so obvious a light that they could not well be misunderstood.
So he set out once more on his journey, sighing, and in great despair, when on a sudden his friend the fox met him, and said, 'You see now what has happened on account of your not listening to my counsel.
Suddenly a very little counsel with a terrific bass voice arises, fully inflated, in the back settlements of the fog, and says, "Will your lordship allow me?
But here come some at last who may give us counsel, for amid these passages it is ill to stir without a guide.
Pickwick by the coat sleeve, the little man led him to the low seat just beneath the desks of the King's Counsel, which is constructed for the convenience of attorneys, who from that spot can whisper into the ear of the leading counsel in the case, any instructions that may be necessary during the progress of the trial.
He would not have been sorry, nevertheless, to have caught a little hint of the secret his master concealed so well; tricks, turns, counsels and traps were all useless, D'Artagnan let nothing confidential escape him.
Brother," resumed the hypocrite, "you are so good to me, and you give me such wise counsels that I always return to you.
Kennedy and others render "Since to men of experience I see that also comparisons of their counsels are in most lively use.