The first dressing should be of collard leaves, prepared thus.
The room was furnished like an English drawing-room, even to the Collard and Collard piano.
The most closely allied form now in cultivation is the collard.
He had fired at Collard with the object of facilitating his escape.
The boy whom Sergeant Collard had seen climbing the pipe must have been making for this study.
What were instruments of great compass from Broadwood or Collard?
He was as fresh as a collard and as ingenuous as a hay rake.
Do you know that it is suggested that a statue be raised in Collard's honor?
Collard had even, in passing by her, torn off a morsel of the lace of her flounce.
She had spoken once to the President of the council, Collard, a former advocate of Nantes, at a reception at the Élysée.