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n.1.(Biol.) A permanent colony of cells or plastids which may remain isolated, like Rotifer, or may multiply by gemmation to form higher aggregates, termed zoides.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Construction of the court theatre began in 1737 and continued through the end of 1741.(4) In January 1742 it was inaugurated with a gala performance of Carlo Grua's Meride.(5) Opera thrived at Mannheim with the support of Carl Philipp's nephew and successor, Carl Theodor, who acceded on 31 December 1742.
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