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n. (surname patronymic from=given names)
Housing Units (2000): 22768
Land area (2000): 508.285571 sq. miles (1316.453530 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 1.782088 sq. miles (4.615587 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 510.067659 sq. miles (1321.069117 sq. km)
Located within: Illinois (IL), FIPS 17
Location: 39.507634 N, 88.259377 W
Coles County, IL
Coles may refer to:Businesses:
- Coles Supermarkets, a supermarket chain in Australia
- Coles Group, (formerly Coles-Myer) former owner of Coles, Target, Kmart, Harris Technology, Officeworks and many other large chains in Australia.
- Coles (bookstore), a bookstore chain in Canada
- Coles, Ourense, Galicia, Spain
- Coles Bay, Tasmania, Australia
- Electoral district of Coles in South Australia, renamed to Morialta in the 1998 electoral redistribution
- Coles County, Illinois
For people named Coles see Coles (surname).
Coles is a Canadian bookstore chain owned by Indigo Books and Music. Coles currently serves as Indigo's brand for small-scale bookstores in locations such as shopping malls. Some locations are operated as SmithBooks, and the company has recently begun to open selected small-format locations as "IndigoSpirit".
Coles is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Alex Coles, Founder of Yo Po
- Arthur Coles, Australian businessman
- Bimbo Coles, American basketball player
- Cecil Coles, British composer
- Charles Coles, American tap dancer
- Charlie Coles (1942–2013), American basketball player and coach
- Cowper Phipps Coles, British naval captain and designer
- Cyril Henry Coles, British writer, 50% of Manning Coles
- Danny Coles, English footballer
- Dennis Coles, Ghostface Killah of the Wu-Tang Clan
- Edward Coles, American politician
- Elizabeth Coles, British novelist Elizabeth Taylor
- Fenton Coles, Welsh rugby player
- George Coles (disambiguation)
- H. Brent Coles, mayor of Boyse, Idaho
- Isaac Coles, American politician
- Kim Coles, American actress
- John Coles, English businessman
- John David Coles, American TV and film director
- L. Stephen Coles, American biogerontologist and a key member of the Supercentenarian Research Foundation
- Laveranues Coles, American football player
- Lisa Coles, American broadcaster Lisa Guerrero
- Manning Coles, pseudonymous British spy writer
- Miriam Coles Harris, author whose anonymous first novel attracted several impostors
- Nathaniel Adams Coles, American jazz musician Nat King Cole
- Neil Coles, British golfer
- Peter Coles, Professor of Astrophysics at Cardiff University
- Richard Coles, British musician
- Robert Coles, American psychiatrist, educator, author
- Walter Coles, 19th century U.S. Representative from Virginia
- William Coles Finch 20th century English author and historian
- Wayne Coles-Janess, film director
Usage examples of "coles".
Myra Coles had been as terse as Aristocles  Marcelli in her messages, but Uhura had detected a softer note in her voice.
That makes it even more important to be amenable to any suggestions Coles makes, and to accept all forms of hospitality.
He looked over his shoulder and saw Yeoman Janice Rand come out on the bridge, followed by Myra Coles and Wellesley Warren, the Tyrtaeans the captain had allowed aboard.
Myra Coles lifted her head and looked toward the screen, clearly intrigued by the unknown object.
Myra Coles wore her usual serious expression, but at least she was trying to be gracious.
We have little reason to assume that exploring the object’s interior poses any danger, despite what Myra Coles said, but it should be a simple matter to beam anyone out of harm’s way if necessary.
As an astrophysicist, Myra Coles would be more useful assisting Lieutenant Commander Massoud and the other science officers aboard the Enterprise.
Myra Coles could not object, given that she prided herself on her practicality.
Spock was with Ali Massoud and Myra Coles, reviewing the sensor scan records.
Myra Coles and Wellesley Warren stood at his right, both staring intently at the screen.
Even Myra Coles and her aide might come to believe that their trust in Starfleet and the Federation had been misplaced.
Myra Coles would be able to send a message to the Federation Council saying that she and Kirk had been entirely in agreement.
Jim Kirk sounded as though he hadn’t gotten enough rest, and that Coles woman surely wasn’t making things any easier for him.
McCoy couldn’t tell which of the two annoyed him more, Myra Coles for sniping at Jim  about problems he was already well aware of, or that blasted Vulcan for insisting on unnecessary further exploration of the mobile.
Even Myra Coles probably wanted to learn more about the mobile, but her duty to her people would outweigh any curiosity she felt.