from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In anatomy and zoology, the neck, in the most general sense; the whole neck.
- noun The necklike prolongation of some flask-shaped infusorians, or of the choanocytes of sponges, which ends in the flagellum and is surrounded by the collar.
- noun In entomology, the upper part or collar of the prothorax of a beetle, usually called the pronotum.
- noun In botany: Same as
collar, 2 .
- noun In mosses, the neck or tapering base of the capsule.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Anat.) A neck or cervix.
- noun (Bot.) Same as
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- noun anatomy A
- noun botany A
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Franks collum is rubish – too many fallacies and loaded words for my time right now, but the most glaring is the regurgitation of the Downing Street Memo.
An armoured collum of prime movers & Hummers is going to attract unwanted attention & is very picky on road quality.
Captain Watson is a clown who measures his success by the collum inches he generates.
His coverage of the Valery Plame affair from the Novack collum all the way to the end of the Libby trial was Immaculaet.
If she keeps this going for 10 more minutes Lake county could come in while she is speaking and move this thing over to the Obama win collum.
Spinal collum — rillee moar a gidelien den a rool.
This is great, I was looking for some time for an way of showing the results in an different collum from the search box!
Ah wil taek wun frum collum A an wun frum collum B.
Clik awn “contactus” in teh rite hand collum an tell teh Cheezes, so yu can get proper credit for yur pritteh kittehs
March 17, 2008 at 2:31 pm and anudda 1 in the splort collum