Zenith


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Zenith

an Australian medium-woolled (21.5 to 23 microns), dual-purpose, polled sheep, produced by crossing sheep of Merino and Lincoln breeds.
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The members of the Gun Club ought, therefore, without delay, to commence the works necessary for such an experiment, and to be prepared to set to work at the moment determined upon; for, if they should suffer this 4th of December to go by, they will not find the moon again under the same conditions of perigee and of zenith until eighteen years and eleven days afterward.
Following closing of the acquisition, Arc Logistics is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Zenith and Zenith US GP LLC (together, Zenith US).
According to Zenith, the reorganisation results in the transfer of the company's principal operating assets to Zenith Epigenetics Ltd.
Zenith Education Group, the nonprofit education arm of ECMC Group acquired more than 50 Everest and WyoTech campuses from Corinthian Colleges Inc.
Offering trade finance and commercial banking solutions to a rapidly growing customer base in the region, the new branch articulates Zenith Bank's strategy to expand the delivery of its services to international markets and support the growth of the Zenith franchise globally.
As a matter of fact, Zenith is an anagram of Heintz.
But the BBC's decision to axe the show meant Zenith North could not keep trading - and the company's parent, Zenith Entertainment in London, also fell into administration in August.
In 1951 Zenith tested a system called PhoneVision in Chicago.
A statement noted Zenith plans to file papers "shortly" with the Securities and Exchange Commission, and expects to emerge from Chapter-11 proceedings before the end of the year.
Overly ambitious expansion, without enough new drug approvals in hand, helped push Zenith into bankruptcy in 1988.
Following the entry into the Supplemental Indenture and the amendments becoming operative, Zenith will make a cash payment of $2.