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zo·et·ic

(zō-et'ik),
Relating to life.
[G. zōē, life]
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Accordingly, in the coming months, it is the Company's intention to carry out an orderly sale or closure of its natural resources business, thereby freeing management time and financial resources to concentrate on Zoetic. Robert Price has offered to assist in this process and, as part of his severance arrangements, the Company is negotiating with him in regard to a possible sale of some or all of the natural resources assets to him.
The proceeds will be used to market and develop the Zoetic products in the US and UK, the company said.
I am a board member of the Florida International Bankers Association and Zoetic Stage, Downtown Miami's resident theater company at the Adrienne Arsht Performance Art Center.
Zoetic is a Greek word which refers to a person who touches on the very essence of the human experience, which is what Jalal has always
Zoetic is expected to expand its UK product range in the coming months, with online sales currently limited to the UK, but Zoetic intending to offer its products to other European countries in the future.
Benitez has just been commissioned by Zoetic for Gringolandia (set to open in 2020), a play about a 50-year-old man who returns to his native Cuba to find his deceased mother's piano and play it once last time.
Some of the more established companies include Zoetic Dance Ensemble, Gardenhouse Dance, Gathering Wild, and Beacon Dance.
(Alliance News) - Highlands Natural Resources PLC said Friday its subsidiary Zoetic Organics has launched its new cannabidiol product brand Chill, with the first shipment scheduled for next week.
"Earlier this season, she returned to the Arsht Center with Zoetic Stage's world premiere of iFuacata!, a contemporary one-woman tour de force which displayed the outstanding range of this passionate, funny, and fierce Latina actor and writer." Wallace enthuses, "I look forward to seeing what's next for her!"
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.