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Synonyms for Colosseum

a large amphitheater in Rome whose construction was begun by Vespasian about AD 75 or 80

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Colloseum also argued that Levi Strauss should lose the trade mark rights to the red tab alone as it had never used it, contravening EU "genuine use" requirements for brands which can mean loss of a trade mark which is not used for at least five years.
SALEEM GOLAM closed the gap on Hayley Turner in the apprentice jockeys' race to three (43 to 40) with a spectacular 923-1 treble on Soviet Legend, Colloseum and Tycheros.
BIRMINGHAM band Brite Lites (above) make the short trip down the A45 on Monday to showcase their brand of anthemic rock at Coventry's Colloseum.
Trying to pin down their sound is reassuringly difficult, but their PR company came somewhere close when they described them as "Arcade Fire meets Super Furry Animals" and you can judge for yourself tomorrow night when they play Coventry's Colloseum.
Follow-up album Don't Be Afraid of Love is released on February 4 and later this month they set out on a UK tour that takes in Coventry's Colloseum on Tuesday, January 22.
ORANGE CAN, the London outfit led by brothers James and Jason Aslett play Coventry Colloseum tomorrow week - two days before the release of their second album Home Burns.
The players can either take the attitude that they are the Christians going into the Colloseum to be fed to the lions, or they can go out and enhance their reputations and make a name for themselves.