- n. Plural form of Collins.
“For example, there were candles out of alignment in the windows at the Collinses, but not at Rosings.”
“Unfortunately, everything ended up heading into the Nexus Of Suck where the Ben Nelsons and Susan Collinses of the world gambol and play in plushie costumes, limiting the effectiveness of bills.”
“Obviously not the professionals—although maybe it was possible that the same could be said for some of them—but perhaps for all the screaming voices on the left and the right, the Ted Collinses and the Harold C Funks, there were psychological needs that drove their focus on a place that was so far away and so far removed from their daily lives.”
“The result is that their putative supporters, the Collinses and Smiths have time to work out a way to distance themselves.”
“The Smiths are absolutely orthodox compared to what the Collinses used to be like when his first wife was alive.”
“Near a low wall a few hundred yards from the Collinses 'row house, they found the body of a small man, about 5 feet 1.”
“He called in every morning at ten to give the detective updates on the Collinses, and he sometimes threw in other leads as well.”
“The Collinses aren't retiring yet (he's a financial planner, she's a teacher).”
“This was the year we discovered/fell in love with/collected everything I could find by 50s rockers The Collins Kids pictured, whom Charles plans to see in concert next month when they preside over a Link Wray tribute in Alexandria, VA, so we treated our guests to a number of the Collinses' TOWN HALL PARTY performances -- available on DVD from Bear Family.”
“Jerahmie had tried to convince his parents to evacuate, but like many thousands across the city and its suburbs, the Collinses decided to take their chances and to stay put.”
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