Colles

[kŏlĭs, kŏlēz]Abraham 1773-1843
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Historical Examples of colles

  • Inside was a sheet of the firm's notepaper, with the signature of Colles across the top.

    Prester John

    John Buchan

  • I might take it, therefore, that the scribble was Colles' reply to my letter.

    Prester John

    John Buchan

  • Colles told me that you were a keen fellow, and had wind of some mystery here.

    Prester John

    John Buchan

  • Colles was right; you're not wanting in intelligence, Mr Crawfurd.'

    Prester John

    John Buchan

  • "Colles's Fracture" is a familiar term in the mouths of surgeons.

    The Glories of Ireland

    Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox