zoetic


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zo·et·ic

(zō-et'ik),
Relating to life.
[G. zōē, life]

zoetic

pertaining to life.
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It derives from zoetic, meaning "pertaining to life," and signals the company's dedication to improving the health of animals across species and around the world based on the fundamental understanding that animal and human health are inextricably linked.
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Some of the more established companies include Zoetic Dance Ensemble, Gardenhouse Dance, Gathering Wild, and Beacon Dance.
Founded by Afghanistan war veterans Joe Adelmann and Jim Jablonski, Zoetic solves practical problems with smart sensors.
Members of The Georgia Ballet, Ballethnic Dance Company, Zoetic Dance Ensemble, Atlanta Festival Ballet, and Ray Hall Dance Ensemble performed to raise funds for the Samaritan Children's Home in Navalady, Sri Lanka, where the orphanage's missionary managed to evacuate all of the home's children.
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