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Cöln

[kœln] /kœln/
noun
1.
former German name of Cologne.
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  • coln always answered frankly the questions put to him, but there was one secret which he kept to himself from the beginning.

  • Some day, when he knew her better, he would ask her about coln St. Aldwyn's.

    Jan and Her Job L. Allen Harker
  • When Ojeda appeared coln detected a trace of excitement in the young man's bearing, and tactfully led the conversation to Caonaba.

  • We spend to-morrow evening with them, and are to meet the coln.

  • coln brought in the talk of Whigs & Tories & taught me the difference between them.

    Diary of Anna Green Winslow Anna Green Winslow
  • At one end a broad and shallow reach of the coln completed the scene.

    A Cotswold Village J. Arthur Gibbs
  • Until the present season otters have seldom visited our parts of the coln.

    A Cotswold Village J. Arthur Gibbs
  • coln was obliged to remodel all his plans at a moment's notice.

  • To walk by a stream such as the coln on such a night is for the time like being in fairyland.

    A Cotswold Village J. Arthur Gibbs
  • Hard by the spot there was a paper mill, spanning a pretty little river, the coln, which kept the machinery in motion.

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