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(Spanish) cabbage

Col

A col in the geographic (as opposed to meteorological) sense is a geomorphological term referring to the lowest point on a mountain ridge between two peaks. It may also be called a notch, a gap or a saddle, although the last-named usually has a wider meaning and may contain a mountain pass. The height of a summit above its highest col (called the ...
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A high mountain pass that forms when part of an ar�te erodes.
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Col

Collinder catalog
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(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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(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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(Say: cole) - French for a mountain pass.
Found on http://bikeline.com/articles/glossary-of-cycling-terms-pg283.htm

col

(Spanish) cabbage
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[n] - a pass between mountain peaks
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[French] mountain pass.
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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

noun a pass between mountain peaks
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[game] Col is a pencil and paper game, specifically a map-coloring game, involving the shading of areas in a line drawing according to the rules of Graph coloring. With each move, the graph must remain proper (no two areas of the same colour may touch), and a player who cannot make a legal move loses. The game was described and analysed by ...
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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 'V-shaped depression in the facial-lingual interdental papilla located cervically to the contact area of the tooth.
Found on http://www.cosmeticdentistryguide.co.uk/glossary.html

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A crater-like area of the interproximal oral mucosa joining the lingual and buccal interdental papillae. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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a depression in summit line
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Col

A pass between two mountain peaks; or a low spot in a mountain ridge.
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col

A ridge between two mountains.
Found on http://www.quick-facts.co.uk/earth/glossary.html

Col

cabbage
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Col

Cabbage
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Colonel
Found on http://www.rhodesianforces.org/Glossary.htm

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crying out loud
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