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1. A '''colon''' is a punctuation mark consisting of two full stops arranged vertically - ''':''' A colon is used to introduce a list.
 
1. A '''colon''' is a punctuation mark consisting of two full stops arranged vertically - ''':''' A colon is used to introduce a list.
  
2. The '''colon''' is part of the [[digestive system]], the further end of the lower [[intestine]]. It removes water and salts from material passing through the digestive system, which is subsequently expelled from the body.
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2. The [[large intestine|'''colon''']] is part of the [[digestive system]], the further end of the lower [[intestine]]. It removes water and salts from material passing through the digestive system, which is subsequently expelled from the body.
  
 
3. '''Colon''' (pronounced coh LOHN) is a province and city of [[Panama]], located near the [[Atlantic]] terminus of the [[Panama Canal]].
 
3. '''Colon''' (pronounced coh LOHN) is a province and city of [[Panama]], located near the [[Atlantic]] terminus of the [[Panama Canal]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:54, 24 April 2013

Colon is a term with numerous meanings.

1. A colon is a punctuation mark consisting of two full stops arranged vertically - : A colon is used to introduce a list.

2. The colon is part of the digestive system, the further end of the lower intestine. It removes water and salts from material passing through the digestive system, which is subsequently expelled from the body.

3. Colon (pronounced coh LOHN) is a province and city of Panama, located near the Atlantic terminus of the Panama Canal.