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collum

 [kol´um] (pl. col´la) (L.)
the neck, or a necklike part.
collum den´tis neck of tooth.
collum distor´tum torticollis.
collum val´gum coxa valga.

col·la

(kol'ă),
Plural of collum.

col·la

(kol'ă)
Plural of collum.

collum

(kŏl′lŭm) plural.colla [L.]
1. The necklike part of an organ.
2. The neck.
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The issue--now Coca Colla and the various industrialization projects, before areas planted and legal consumption of the leaf--is constantly debated at all levels.
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When the Collas moved in to the property in Beaconsfield, Bucks, the heating didn't work, lighting was faulty, the ceiling leaked and plumbing was up the spout.
In the end he claims that one site is a local Kori ethnic group and the other is an altiplano group, probably Colla, but it is not a Lupaqa settlement.
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King Albert II accepted the resignation of Health Minister Marcel Colla and Farm Minister Karel Pinxten after it became known the authorities knew about potential widespread dioxin pollution in chicken meat and eggs a month before the public was informed.
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