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Barbara-Rose Collins
... Barbara-Rose Collins (born April 13, 1939) is a politician from the U.S ... Collins was born in Detroit, Michigan, graduated from the public schools there and attended Wayne State University as an Anthropology Major ... Crockett didn't run for reelection in 1990, and Collins won a crowded eight-way Democratic primary with 34 percent of the vote ...
James Collins (footballer Born 1983) - International Career
... Collins played for the Wales under-21 team on several occasions and captained them in a match against Germany U21's ... Collins made his debut for the senior Wales side against Norway in 2004 and scored his first goal for Wales in a 3–1 defeat to Cyprus on 13 October 2007 ... Collins was given the captains armband for the senior squad for the first time for a friendly against Sweden on 3 March 2010 ...
Iowa Highway 100 - History
... It was established along the entirety of Collins Road NE in Cedar Rapids, which then extended from the I-380 interchange to 1st Avenue ... Construction of Collins Road west of I-380 was proposed by 1983 ... An extension of Collins Road was built from the intersection at 1st Avenue in Cedar Rapids to US 151 / Iowa 13 in Marion ...
Andrew Collins (broadcaster) - Career
... Collins started his career as a music journalist, writing for the NME, Vox, Select and Q (where was editor, 1995–97) ... fellow music journalist Stuart Maconie, presenting the Sony Award-winning BBC Radio 1 show Collins and Maconie's Hit Parade, after forging their style on a daily ... In 1998, Collins published his first book, Still Suitable for Miners, an authorised biography of the singer/songwriter Billy Bragg ...
Collins - Companies
... HarperCollins, publisher Collins Booksellers Collins Industries, bus builder. ...

More definitions of "collins":

  • (noun): Tall iced drink of liquor (usually gin) with fruit juice.
    Synonyms: Tom Collins

Famous quotes containing the word collins:

    And Truth, in sunny vest arrayed,
    By whose the tarsel’s eyes were made;
    —William Collins (1721–1759)

    The head must bow, and the back will have to bend,
    Wherever the darkey may go;
    A few more days, and the trouble all will end,
    In the field where the sugar-canes grow.
    A few more days for to tote the weary load,—
    No matter, ‘t will never be light;
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    Then my old Kentucky home, good-night!
    —Stephen Collins Foster (1826–1884)

    Massa’s in de cold, cold ground.
    —Stephen Collins Foster (1826–1864)