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Colebrook, Coos County, New Hampshire, United States (main entry)
    Connecticut River
Colebrook Dale, Shropshire, United Kingdom (main entry)
    Severn River
    Broseley (directional)
Colebrookdale, Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States (main entry)
Coleraine, County Londonderry , Ireland (main entry)
    Bann River
    Atlantic Ocean
    Parliament of the United Kingdom
    Londonderry (directional)
    Dublin (directional)
Coleraine, Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States (main entry)
Colerain, Camden County, Georgia, United States (main entry)
    United States
    Creek Indians
    St. Mary River
    St. Mary (directional)
    Louisville (directional)
Coleraine, Hamilton County, Ohio, United States (main entry)
    Miami River
    Ohio River
    Cincinnati (directional)
Coleraine, Pennsylvania, United States (main entry)
    Coleraine, North Carolina, United States
    Coleraine, Ohio, United States
Coleshill, Warwickshire, United Kingdom (main entry)
    Cole River
    Birmingham (directional)
    London (directional)
    Liverpool
Colesville, Broome County, New York, United States (main entry)
    Colesville, Maryland, United States
    Colesville, Virginia, United States
Calford, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom (main entry)
    Monmouth (directional)
    London (directional)
Colin (main entry)
    Kolin
Colima, Guadalaxara, Mexico (main entry)
    Valladolid
    Mexico (directional)
    Pacific Ocean
Coll (Island), Hebrides (Islands), Scotland, United Kingdom (main entry)
    Mull (directional)
Collahuas, Peru (main entry)
    Lake Titicaca
    Pacific Ocean
    Andes (Mountains)
    Apurimac
    Amazon River
    Caillma, Collahuas, Peru
Colle, Tuscany (main entry)
    Elza River
    Sienna (directional)
    Colle, Italy
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