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Though Colin’s life was too short, his impact was great and his legacy will endure.LGBTQ activist from Trinidad and Tobago dies in D.C.|Michael K. Lavers|March 9, 2021|Washington Blade
By the next episode, Colin announces his intention to marry Marina, leaving Penelope heartbroken.‘Bridgerton’ dropped several clues about Lady Whistledown’s identity. Did they add up?|Bethonie Butler|January 6, 2021|Washington Post
Colin Farrell and Johnny Knoxville and Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson, and then Paris Hilton came out with one.'Saved by the Bell' Star Dustin Diamond Doesn't Want to Be a Jerk Anymore|Kevin Fallon|August 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Many writers have taken issue with the age gap in that film—since Emma Stone is 25 and Colin Firth is 53.Susan Sarandon on Her Love Affair With David Bowie, Woody Allen’s Creepiness, and Psychedelics|Marlow Stern|July 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Any great real-life love stories from the South of France, Colin?
I live-texted Colin the plot of Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason a few months back while I was watching it.
Although my mother absolutely does love Colin, I will say that.
Skelton mentions rochets 'of fyne Raynes'; Colin Clout, 316.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
Colin felt well satisfied that the canvas was stowed and that he would not have to go aloft during the night.
"But I'm sure I've read somewhere that whales never attacked boats," persisted Colin.
Colin clambered into the double-ended boat with its high prow and stern and settled himself down excitedly.
Colin heard the captain give a wild cry from the poop and felt the engines stop and reverse beneath him.