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ZIG

abbreviation for zoster immune globulin.

ZIG

Abbreviation for zoster immune globulin.
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At issue in the first encounter is Benjamin's method, his zigs and zags between Marxism and Jewish mysticism.
The zigs and zags of Khrushchev's nationality policies were partly a reflection of the challenges involved in responding to such changes.
Dennis, Rosenberg, Yates, Watkins, Jencks, Barenblatt, Scales) are discussed, as well as scores of additional cases that allow the author to provide a more detailed map of the court's zigs and zags over this period.
For now at least, the possible sequencing of what will unfold on Syria -- diplomacy before military action -- makes more sense than the zigs and zags of the past two weeks.
Writing in an accessible style, he emphasizes that creativity comes in zigs and zags--small steps, flashes of insight--and presents an eight-step program that anyone can use to develop their creativity.
With plenty of sweat and tears, zigs and zags, and veering off the path, the women worked with trainers and experts to stay on course on their health and wellness journey.
Chorus: The steeltown blues are calling wherever I may roam the steeltown blues are calling calling me back home to hear the curlew's plaintive cry among your hills and crags and watch the skylark whirling high to perform his zigs and zags.
These zigs and zags are relatively rare without causing much alarm.
Most of its stars make a 4 1/2' zigzag with the amplitude of the zigs decreasing from northeast to southwest.
But tonight we learned that if the guy in front of you zigs, it's best to zag.
indices have return correlations over 90 percent, which means when one zigs in a particular direction they all zig in the same way.
The inner profile is maintained such that it can be used with standard zigs that are used in TKS.