col

(Spanish) cabbage
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Col

(Spanish) cabbage
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col

[n] - a pass between mountain peaks
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COL

Collision + Computer Oriented Language
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Col

a 'V-shaped depression in the facial-lingual interdental papilla located cervically to the contact area of the tooth.
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COL

files Oak Telecom ‘raw` data files. Each file normally contains all the call logging output from the switch for one 24-hour period.
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Col

Colonel
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Col

With reference to a weather map, a region of weather between two areas of relatively high pressure and two areas of relatively low pressure. A col is usually associated with light winds, with thunderstorms in Summer and fog in Winter.
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COL

Curriculum Online
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Col

Col noun [ French, neck, from Latin collum neck.] A short ridge connecting two higher elevations or mountains; the pass over such a ridge.
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col

A crater-like area of the interproximal oral mucosa joining the lingual and buccal interdental papillae. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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col

noun a pass between mountain peaks
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Col

• (n.) A short ridge connecting two higher elevations or mountains; the pass over such a ridge.
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col

(from the article `arête`) ...by the collapse of unsupported rock, undercut by continual freezing and thawing (glacial sapping; see cirque). Two opposing glaciers meeting at an ... ...jagged, knife-edge ridges known as arêtes. Arêtes also form between two cirques facing in opposite directions. The low spot, or saddle, ...
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col

(from the article `dress`) ...This costume consisted of an open-front pleated skirt, or ghghr , worn with a long apronlike panel over the front opening, and a short-sleeved, ...
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col

Type: Term Pronunciation: kol Definitions: 1. A craterlike area of the interproximal oral mucosa joining the lingual and buccal interdental papillae.
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Col

Saddle like depression found between two mountain peaks. Formed when two opposing cirque glaciers back erode an arête.
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Col

In geography, a col is a narrow, high pass through a mountain chain formed by the meeting of river or glacier valleys from opposite sides of the range.
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col

crying out loud
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col

A ridge between two mountains.
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Col

On the weather map an area between two highs and two lows.
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col

with the
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col

A high mountain pass that forms when part of an ar�te erodes.
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col

a depression in summit line
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col

Mountain pass formed by enlargement of two opposing cirques until their head walls meet and are broken down.
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