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gelose

(jĕ′lōs) [L. gelare, to congeal]
1. The gelatinous component of agar (C6H10O5)n.
2. A bacterial culture medium.
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Count Gelose d'Elsloo versus the natives of Marudu Bay
The Dutch tobacco planter Count Gelose d'Elsloo consistently took a high-handed attitude with both the government and the natives.
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