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The primary reason for the move, Zinn said, is that the two-story, 10,000-square-foot building is too big for their current needs.
Chapel Hill, NC, August 25, 2018 --(PR.com)-- The University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill has named Jennings Principal, Paige Zinn, to the UNC Board of Visitors.
[ClickPress, Thu Aug 23 2018] The University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill has named Jennings Principal, Paige Zinn, to the UNC Board of Visitors.
Despite its amenities and the always limited inventory on the lake, it took a while to find the right buyer.<br />"It was on the market for almost a year," said listing agent Max Zinn of Zinn Family Realtors of Coldwell Banker Burnet in Wayzata.
Innovative sidewalk chalk artist David Zinn demonstrated and explained his faux 3-D creations to students Tuesday at Hoover Math and Science Academy in Schaumburg.
(As the reliably snarky Melville House Press put it in a headline, "Go ahead and bring those Howard Zinn books on your vacation, the TSA doesn't care.") Which is really a shame, because it would have been delightful to send coded messages about one's identity and proclivities to the TSA via Jewish books.
After serving as both a soldier and an airman in World War I, Frederick Zinn of Galesburg, Michigan, remained behind in Europe to find those whom he had sent into harm's way.
has hired Matthew Zinn as its first general counsel and corporate secretary.
In the article titled "Automated Feature Extraction in Brain Tumor by Magnetic Resonance Imaging Using Gaussian Mixture Models" [1], Markus Luedi, Pascal Zinn, and Rivka Colen were missing from the authors' list.
Even if you're a baseball history buff, you've probably never come across the name Guy Zinn. The major league outfielder played only five seasons between 1911 and 1915 for teams in New York, Boston and Baltimore and compiled a very ordinary .269 career batting average (to be fair, it's worth noting that he was the first ever batter in Fenway Park and one of only 11 players to ever steal home twice in one game).
Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train (2004)
However, its functional value as a roughage source is well documented (Ware and Zinn, 2005; Salinas-Chavira et al., 2013).