COLAC

AcronymDefinition
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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(86.) See "Notes and Events," Colac Herald, 19 June 1900, 2, available at: http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/93172366, accessed 15 February 2018.
A more sinful option would be to have it with leche flan and colac.
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.
In response to numerous invitations, she traversed the State from July to November, visiting Daylesford, Tallangatta, Colac, Warrnambool, Wangaratta, Wahgunyah, Rutherglen, Ararat, Stawell, Elmhurst, Moyston, Castlemaine, Maldon, Chewton and Beaufort, as well as suburbs across Melbourne.
Blake, Barry J and Julie Reid 1998 'Classifying Victorian languages' in Barry J Blake (ed.), Wathawurrung and the Colac Language of Southern Victoria, Pacific Linguistics, Canberra, pp.1-58 (Series C-147).
The United 'keeper made a brave block to deny Antonio Mirko Colac, after a loose header back from Garbutt was latched onto by the Croatian after just ten minutes.
Laniado, "Valoracion de Riesgo Crediticio y Credit scoring," Revista de Colac, no.
(47) Similarly, two schoolgirls from Colac Bay (an important Kai Tahu settlement in coastal western Southland), Kitty Jones and Maggie Dallas, at least one of whom was Kai Tahu, (48) also co-authored a lengthy article on muttonbirding and the manufacture of poha in the Otago Witness in 1907 for a 'Public Schools Column'.
Police believe the bus driver lost control and crossed to the wrong side of Tomahawk Creek Road at Irrewillipe, near Colac. The bus then rolled onto its side before coming to rest several metres off the road in a culvert.
(7) At Colac, the anniversary of separation was marked with maypoles and dancing by 2000 school children dressed as soldiers, fairies, golliwogs and rabbits.
This team are working together with all Health Services within the Barwon South West Region (Barwon Health, South West Healthcare, Western District Health Service, Colac Area Health, Portland District Health St John of God--Geelong and Warrnambool and Geelong Private Hospital) to identify and extract all relevant data held in a variety of information systems, clinical notes and medical records.
The two types of pastries on offer 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.