Definition of Colins
1. colin [n] - See also: colin
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Literary usage of Colins
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: A New and Complete Edition: with a by John Foxe, George Townsend (1837)
"Abo mother crime against Richard colins, for baring certain English books, ... The aforesaid Robert colins, being sworn upon the Evangelists, ..."
2. Vital Records of Lynn, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849 by Lynn (Mass, Lynn (Mass.), Lynn, Mass (1906)
"colins (see abo Collins), Caleb, and Mary Rand, Sept. 16, 1749. ... R.* COLLINS (see also colins, Collens, Collin), Abby A., and Samuel Flint of Bath, Me., ..."
3. Vorlesungen über Pflanzenphysiologie by Ludwig Jost (1904)
"colins Beitr. z. Biologie в, 1. A. 1883. Ber. D. bot. Ges. l, 452. Vorlesung 28. Die Periodizität in der Entwicklung II. Es ist schon in der vorigen ..."
4. A Book for a Rainy Day: Or, Recollections of the Events of the Last Sixty by John Thomas Smith (1845)
"... after having had a great run, were succeeded by Cupid's darts; and that little rogue Love played old gooseberry with the hearts of Chloes and colins, ..."
5. The Methodist Review (1854)
"M. colins (or "colins" barely, as he styles himself majestically) is a general officer in retirement for now some twenty years at Paris. ..."