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Again, the zigzag pattern is common to the groups mentioned above, but it is abundant and constituting the bulk of the pattern is, I believe, a feature found mainly in early Seneca beadwork, especially before 1860.
I do not mean to be offensive, but parking on a zigzag requires huge amounts of selfishness and stupidity.
Zigzag Asia is known for producing the US versions of the Best Motoring DVD series, originally from Japan.
The dozen or so books that Lebensztejn has published since Zigzag only confirm the diversity of his interests and singularity of his intellectual position--whether in his impressive work on the philosophy of imitation and the link between neoclassicism and romanticism, L'Art de la tache: Introduction la Nouvelle Methode d'Alexander Cozens (Editions du Limon, 1990), or in his reflections on music, based on a madrigal by Monteverdi, in lmiter sans fin le chant de I'aimable Angelette (Editions du Limon, 1987).
So instead of taking a straight-on approach, sailboats travel a zigzag path toward the upwind point, or "mark," on the course.
Thinner sales pipelines for many companies put greater emphasis on winning every opportunity and Kurt's 20+ years of consulting, marketing and international sales experience make a great addition to our leadership team at this juncture," states John Mansour, Founder and Managing Partner of ZIGZAG Marketing.
In the older age group where the competitors are aged between 12 and 16, the school's Zigzag team were also in the position of hoping to maintain a title won every year for the last three years.
Black & white zigzag rug by Jeff Banks PS119 from The rug Seller, www.
Contract notice: Delivery thermal label rolls or zigzag with color marks.
Wave B is, in turn, being established as aa-ba-ca zigzag (5-3-5).
The ornament is composed of groups of zigzag lines and a human representation, probably a woman with spread legs with a short zigzag nearby," Discovery News quoted lead author Tomasz Plonka as saying.