from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A permanent colony of cells or plastids, which may remain isolated or may multiply by gemmation to form higher aggregates called demes. See deme and zoöid.


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  • "Meris" I promised you once I wouldn't forget you.

    Darksong Rising

  • SOURCE: Meris Blumstein with Corcoran, 212-539-4966,

    A Stroll to the Farmer's Market

  • The weapon case will be adjourned for six months "in contemplation of dismissal," Queens district attorney's office spokeswoman Meris Campbell said. - Notes: Olowkandi acquitted; Hawks sign Uruguayan

  • She had told Meris to find her a condo so she could avoid this humiliation, but then an apartment at 830 Fifth Avenue came up.

    Wife in the Fast Lane

  • “Of course not,” Christy said, trying not to sound defensive, as Meris Blumstein, her real estate agent, had advised her.

    Wife in the Fast Lane

  • On Israel's current aerial invasion of Lebanon, Meris Lutz of The Daily Star Lebanon writes, 'Israeli attacks have been barbaric.

    Abstraction vs. murder

  • Gielle's immersed in the Walker Project when she and her father are invited to Lycaon to negotiate for Meris' entry into the Alliance.

    Archive 2006-12-17

  • As they passed beyond the gate, she inclined her head to Meris, the armsman who had first eased her way into seeing Lady Gatrune and whom she'd failed to recognize a year later.

    Darksong Rising

  • Meris guided his mount into the column somewhere behind Anna and beside the messenger as the force resumed the ride toward Pamr.

    Darksong Rising

  • She guided Farinelli through the archway and after Meris who strode briskly along the narrow rutted road.

    The Soprano Sorceress

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