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Talk:Colonel sections
Intro   Pronounciation    Help   Merge proposal  Roman Colonel   Origin of \"Coronel\"    Southern Colonel    My Theory on Pronunciaton    Contradiction?    Deleted chunk    Red links    Greece, a west-european country?    Abbreviation?    Military forces?    Colonel as highest ranking officer   File:Col. Karremans.jpg Nominated for Deletion  Singapore   Colonel as highest ranking officer - Libya   

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