colonel Edward Thomas, a spokesman for Dempsey, declined to respond specifically to the attacks from Republican lawmakers.
Decades later, colonel Sanders is a household name, and millions of us enjoy his Kentucky Fried Chicken.
At a routine checkpoint, other members of the National Guard detained the colonel.
But for years the colonel was a lone voice in the broader American military.
But NATO spokesmen have repeatedly said this resolution does not allow the targeting of colonel Gaddafi.
The colonel, who hated being interrupted, answered a little testily.
I had no idea what the colonel intended to do until I went to his house this afternoon.
And I went up to the consulate and had a talk with colonel Hefferan about it.
Owen was delighted with the decision of colonel Shepard when he accepted my invitation.
And that was to say good-night to the colonel, and more frigidly to Miss Carvel herself.
1540s, coronell, from Middle French coronel (16c.), modified by dissimilation from Italian colonnella "commander of a column of soldiers at the head of a regiment," from compagna colonella "little column company," from Latin columna "pillar" (see hill). English spelling modified 1580s in learned writing to conform with the Italian form (via translations of Italian military manuals), and pronunciations with "r" and "l" coexisted 17c.-18c., but the earlier pronunciation prevailed. Spanish coronel, from Italian, shows a similar evolution by dissimilation.