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odeon

n.

1902, from Greek oideion "building for musical performance."

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  • Still, odeon—one of Europe's largest chains—says it won't show the film on its screens in Britain, Ireland, and Italy.

    Has Disney Gone Mad? Kim Masters February 24, 2010
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