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COLONEL. An officer in the army, next below a brigadier general, bears this title.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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One of the most memorable was the night, on a hot, high priority response, the full bird colonel Chief of Maintenance rolled up his sleeves, and was up in the stand helping me to change out a fuel pump on an engine.
Staff from the charity in full bird costume collected around pounds 400 From around the ground during the Baggies 3-1 victory.
He said 14% more Sainsbury's shoppers bought a full bird with all the trimmings instead of a cheaper turkey crown.