Pick one that has at least seven strains, and five billion CFU (colony forming units).
Others cater to the ladies who lunch at the colony Club; others still to the working mothers or the downtown cool-kids.
Even Kenya, to the east, considers the former Belgian colony “the back of beyond.”
During her long lifetime, she witnessed the transformation of India from a colony of the British Raj to an independent democracy.
I still think of America,” she once told an interviewer, “as a colony of Europe.
It seemed that all Delaware colony must be at the waterfront.
What the colony looked for was, that every man who went into the Council would do his duty.
The colony of Magellan was founded by the Chilian Government in the year 1851.
A group representing the French colony presented me with a friendly address.
Let me ask him, has any colony in America ever made a Poyning's act?
late 14c., "ancient Roman settlement outside Italy," from Latin colonia "settled land, farm, landed estate," from colonus "husbandman, tenant farmer, settler in new land," from colere "to inhabit, cultivate, frequent, practice, tend, guard, respect," from PIE root *kwel- "move around" (source of Latin -cola "inhabitant;" see cycle (n.)). Also used by the Romans to translate Greek apoikia "people from home." Modern application dates from 1540s.
colony col·o·ny (kŏl'ə-nē)
A discrete group of organisms, such as a group of cells growing on a solid nutrient surface.
The city of Philippi was a Roman colony (Acts 16:12), i.e., a military settlement of Roman soldiers and citizens, planted there to keep in subjection a newly-conquered district. A colony was Rome in miniature, under Roman municipal law, but governed by military officers (praetors and lictors), not by proconsuls. It had an independent internal government, the jus Italicum; i.e., the privileges of Italian citizens.