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Charles Colling (1751—1836) stockbreeder

Charles Edward Coles (1853—1926) prison administrator in Egypt

Claire D. Coles




Col Charles-Jean-Jacques-Joseph Ardant du Picq (1821—1870)

col, coll', colla, colle, cogli, coi

col factor

Col. George William Bell (1832—1907)

Col Joye (b. 1937)

Col Julyan

col legno

Col plasmid

Col. William E. Sinn (1834—1899)

ColE1 replicon

Cowper Phipps Coles (1819—1870) naval officer and inventor of a gun turret

David Collings

David G. Collings

Don Coles (b. 1928)

Elisha Coles (c. 1640—1680) lexicographer and stenographer

Elisha Coles (c. 1603—1688) writer on religion

Fairfax, Col.

George Coles (1884—1963) architect

George Coles (1810—1875)

George James Coles (1885—1977)

Gilbert Coles (c. 1617—1676) Church of England clergyman

Haggard, Lt.-Col. Andrew, DSO (1854—1923)

Honi Coles (1911)


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A valley-like depression which connects the gingival papillae situated in the interproximal space between two teeth. It lies below, and conforms to the shape of, the interproximal contact. It is covered by non-keratinized epithelium. The col is considered an important site for the initiation of chronic periodontitis.

Subjects: Dentistry.

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