- n. A surname.
- Derived from the name of occupation - collier, a coal miner (Wiktionary)
“COLLIER COUNTY - Collier deputies arrested a Naples teenager on allegations he held a victim at gunpoint and forced him to buy a Playstation 3 at the local Walmart.”
“The Court of Appeals agreed with the Third Department and upheld its prior ruling in Collier v. Zambito, 1 NY3d 144, and concluded that once the criteria established in Collier is established, strict liability applies to injuries caused by a domestic animal.”
“Keller plowed through the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) building he began at while returning the car outside Pittsburgh in Collier Township, Pa.”
“In 2005, a regional office in Collier County was opened to serve the civil legal needs of the disadvantaged population in Collier County.”
“Since Revere America isn't required to disclose its donors, it's unknown whether Collier is definitely a funder.”
“Tailback Averin Collier broke off a 41-yard TD run.”
“Gauthier pleaded guilty to fraud charges in Collier County.”
“Over the past few years, Gauthier drove to ceremonies in Collier”
“He named her, too, I remember, when we were sitting at a picnic in Collier Park.”
“Nathan Collier is an American postdoctoral researcher at KAUST:”
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English surnames based upon an occupation. As one would expect, many of the occupations that lent themselves to these surnames no longer exist, and variant spellings abound.
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