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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)
COLComplex Objects Logical Language
COLCheck Out Language
COLColor Palette
COLConnected Line Identity
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)
COLContract Loan Program
COLCareer Opportunities List
COLClap Out Loud
COLClan Collision (Runescape game)
COLContracting Officer Letter
COLChip-On-Loadbeam technology
COLCustomer's Own Label (food production)
References in classic literature ?
But if a prince who is not inexperienced should take counsel from more than one he will never get united counsels, nor will he know how to unite them.
However, at last it was agreed he should go, for he would not rest at home; and as he came to the wood, he met the fox, and heard the same good counsel. But he was thankful to the fox, and did not attempt his life as his brothers had done; so the fox said,
"In the Superior Court of San Francisco," the Counsel replied.
The prisoner raised his eyes for a moment, but dropped them again when his own counsel said:
While heading the profit of my counsel, avail yourself also of any helpful circumstances over and beyond the ordinary rules.
The twins had but one friend present to keep their counsel in countenance, their poor old sorrowing landlady.
Every Chancellor was "in it," for somebody or other, when he was counsel at the bar.
Surely Priam with his sons would rejoice, and the Trojans be glad at heart if they could hear this quarrel between you two, who are so excellent in fight and counsel. I am older than either of you; therefore be guided by me.
Phunky, as he entered, and took his seat behind the row appropriated to the King's Counsel, attracted Mr.
But, as has been frequently observed in the course of this great history, he only talked nonsense when he touched on chivalry, and in discussing all other subjects showed that he had a clear and unbiassed understanding; so that at every turn his acts gave the lie to his intellect, and his intellect to his acts; but in the case of these second counsels that he gave Sancho he showed himself to have a lively turn of humour, and displayed conspicuously his wisdom, and also his folly.
Lecount, I will immediately take Counsel's opinion touching the propriety of disputing the will on this ground.
Lippet, if you are retained for the prisoner,” interrupted Judge Temple, “instruct your client how to plead; if not, the court will assign him counsel.”