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Apply now to Date Lab When Erick learned that Colleen was a third-generation Washingtonian he had to ask if she liked go-go music.
Colleen no longer runs, but she keeps active with other kinds of exercise.
On the date, Colleen told him that she had grown up Catholic but doesn’t practice anymore.
After circling endlessly to find reasonably priced parking, Colleen ended up a few blocks away and rushed to the restaurant hoping the humidity wouldn’t overtake her natural hairstyle.
When Erick asked whether she had been married, Colleen said she had been engaged to the father of her 20-year-old son but they never wed.
This past summer, Colleen LaRose, known by her self-anointed handle ‘Jihad Jane’, was sentenced to ten years in prison.What the U.S. Can Learn from Europe About Dealing with Terrorists|Scott Beauchamp|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
No one can understand how you feel when you visit Colleen and the kids.
His wife, Colleen, had been rinsing plates at the sink and putting them in the dishwasher.
Since then Colleen Howe hasn't missed more than four or five home games.
“They tell me the buses don't run here after 4:30,” Colleen said to him.
The Colleen Bawn is a tissue of improbabilities and extravagances.The English Stage|Augustin Filon
Colleen, you've the wisdom of the ages in your head right now.Kenny|Leona Dalrymple
That last––the thought that our skipper or the vessel might get mixed up in it––kept us aboard the Colleen Bawn.
The Colleen left her behind, and she at last drew off after bunching a few farewell shots.
The Colleen was pretty well inshore then, and yet safe outside the three-mile limit in our judgment.