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  • Coley — may refer to: Animals Coley (cat), a type of cat from West Bridgford Coley (fish), a type of fish, similar to cod Places Coley (band), a band from the Eastern Townships of Quebec Coley, Berkshire, a suburb of Reading, Berkshire, England Coley,… …   Wikipedia

  • Coley — This very interesting name is of Olde English and Anglo Saxon origins from the period around the 8th Century A.D.. It derives from Colig meaning dark or Swarthy and was a descriptive word used by the fair haired and fair skinned Saxon invaders to …   Surnames reference

  • coley — noun coalfish, Pollachius virens …   Wiktionary

  • coley — n. bony fish of the North Atlantic; flesh of this fish eaten as food …   English contemporary dictionary

  • coley — [ kəʊli] noun (plural coleys) another term for saithe. Origin 1960s: perh. from coalfish …   English new terms dictionary

  • coley — noun (C, U) a large North Atlantic sea fish or the flesh of this fish eaten as food …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • coley — n. (pl. eys) Brit. any of various fish used as food, esp. the saithe or rock salmon. Etymology: perh. f. coal fish …   Useful english dictionary

  • Coley's Toxins — (also called Coley s toxin,cite journal |author=Thotathil Z, Jameson MB |title=Early experience with novel immunomodulators for cancer treatment |journal=Expert opinion on investigational drugs |volume=16 |issue=9 |pages=1391–403 |year=2007 |pmid …   Wikipedia

  • Coley's toxins — (also called Coley s toxin,[1] Coley s vaccine,[2] Coley vaccine or mixed bacterial vaccine) is a mixture consisting of killed bacteria of species Streptococcus pyogenes and Serratia marcescens, named after William Coley, a surgical oncologist… …   Wikipedia

  • Coley (band) — Coley Origin Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada Genres Indie rock Labels Gamer Entertainment Website …   Wikipedia

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