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Collar
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Collar: The part of a shirt around the neck. Any rope like leather placed around an animals neck. A cut of meat, especially bacon, from the animals neck. Informal: To
Collarless
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Collarless: Having no collar (part of a shirt that encircles the neck band worn around the neck of a dog or other animal)
Collie
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Collie: A breed of dog with a silky coat, often seen herding cattle or sheep. Has a long head, this dog comes from Scotland.
Colocolo
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Colocolo: A South American wild cat (Felis colocolo), of the size of the ocelot.
Colt
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Colt: A male horse, that is uncastrated. A member of a junior sports team.
Coltish
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Coltish: A person that is energetic but awkward in his or her behaviour or movement.
Colubrid
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Colubrid: A type of snake that belongs to the very large family of Colubridae, and includes harmless species such as the many grass snakes.
Colugo
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Colugo: A peculiar East Indian mammal (Galleopithecus volans), having along the sides, connecting the fore and hind limbs, a parachutelike membrane, by means of which it
Columaris disease
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Columaris disease: Bacterial disease that causes fish mortality
Columbarium
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Columbarium: A room or building that stores funeral urns "ashes of the cremated dead". Birdhouse for pigeons. A vault or other structure having a concavity in the wall
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