colonial

[adj] - of animals who live in colonies, such as ants 2. [adj] - of or relating to or characteristic of or inhabiting a colony 3. [adj] - (zoology) composed of many distinct individuals united to form a whole or colony 4. [n] - a resident of a colony
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Colonial

• (a.) Of or pertaining to a colony; as, colonial rights, traffic, wars.
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colonial

adjective of or relating to or characteristic of or inhabiting a colony
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Colonial

[1920 automobile] The Colonial was an American automobile manufactured in 1920 by the Mechanical Development Corporation of San Francisco. The car came with a straight-eightengine; it also featured disc wheels, with an extra pair mounted at the side as spares. The body was a hardtop, calibrated so that the driver could turn it into either a...
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Colonial

[1921 automobile] The Colonial was an American automobile manufactured in Boston by the Colonial Motors Corporation from 1921 until 1922. Although the company pledged to produce `in excess of 100 cars` during its first year in business no more than a dozen are believed to have left the factory. Each car had a 130-inch wheelbase and a six-cy...
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Colonial

[PRR train] The Colonial, also known as the Colonial Express, was a service of the Pennsylvania Railroad and New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad between Union Station in Washington, DC and South Station in Boston, Massachusetts. It was operated until 1973 by Amtrak. ==History== The Colonial began on January 18, 1892, as a daytime expr...
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Colonial

[Shaw automobile] The Colonial was an American automobile which was manufactured from 1920 until 1921. Built in Chicago, Illinois, the car was nothing more than a Shaw with the emblem switched; it was, however, treated as an entirely separate marque. In 1921 the company returned to using the name `Shaw` for its vehicles; soon thereafter, th...
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Colonial

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Colonial

Co·lo'ni·al adjective [ Confer French colonial .] Of or pertaining to a colony; as, colonial rights, traffic, wars.
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Colonial

1. Level of organization intermediate between unicellular and multicellular - organisms are composed
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colonial

colonial 1. Of, relating to, possessing, or inhabiting a colony or colonies. 2. Of or relating to the thirteen British colonies that became the original United States of America. 3. Of or relating to the colonial period in the United States. 4. Living in, consisting of, or forming a colony; such as, 'colonial organisms'. 5. Etymology: from Lati...
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colonial

Condition in which many unicellular organisms live together in a somewhat coordinated group. Unlike true multicellular organisms, the individual cells retain their separate identities, and usually, their own membranes and cell walls.
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colonial

forming colonies.
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Colonial

Refers to coins or paper money issued by the Colonial governments of the 13 British Colonies that became the United States.
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Colonial

Roosting or nesting in groups.
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