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cycloramˈic adjective
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Main Entry:cyclorama

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  • cyclorama — /saɪkləˈramə/ (say suykluh rahmuh) noun 1. a pictorial representation, in natural perspective, of a landscape, a battle, etc., on the inner wall of a cylindrical room or hall, the spectators occupying a position in the centre. 2. Theatre a curved …  

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