COLACConfederación Latinoamericana de Cooperativas de Ahorro y Credito (Confederation of Latin American Credit Unions)
COLACCentre for Organisational Leadership and Change (UK)
COLACCommanding Officer Light Attack Craft (Honor Harrington science fiction novels)
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He and his friends then headed to the Colac Bay Tavern, where he was given a bandage, as he was dripping blood, before being sent to Invercargill Hospital.
The two types of pastries on offer at the Aglandja branch of Zorba on May 17 will be colac, a traditionally Romanian bread offered to guests during the festive seasons and Poale-n brau, which resemble the small Cypriot cheese pies that remain a popular choice of snack for thousands of people across the island every day.
We question the trainers to clarify that - and that's whether it's you, Mr O'Brien or a one-horse trainer from Colac," Bailey said.
When there is conflicting evidence, we question the trainer, whether it is you, Mr O'Brien, or a one-horse trainer from Colac.
Other settlements were farming centres such as Bacchus Marsh, Kilmore, Colac and Kyneton, and stopping-places on main pastoral tracks, such as The Grange (Hamilton), Buninyong, Flooding Creek (Sale), and Benalla.
I was originally going to run in Colac, Australia, but the event was cancelled and Monaco was pencilled in as an alternative as it had exactly the same dates.
The step-weaned group began to show an advantage in terms of weight gain immediately after the milk was restricted to one feed of two litres per day in the fourth week and concentrate intake increased," said Volac International's Maggie Gould at the launch of the company's new management tool, the Colac Calf Club at the University of Edinburgh's Langhill Farm, one of the club's first members.
Taylor and Stanovic's (2005) research into the regional settlement of refugee groups in Shepparton, Colac and Warrnambool make note of social inclusion factors that helped in the settlement process.
Senior Sergeant Peter Nichols, of Colac Police, said the teen made a bed of fern fronds and fed off watercress from a river to survive.
She also noted, under a sub-heading, 'A word from the country', that one correspondent from Colac had made 'a gratifying reference to the popularity of this column'.
The Colanda Centre in South West Victoria, at Colac, is now the scene for top down, totalitarian processes to close it against the wishes of parents, families, residents, the local community and municipal council.