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Synonyms for zag

an angular shape characterized by sharp turns in alternating directions

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Alleghany Capital said the Zag Toys transaction is the second acquisition by Jazwares since Alleghany Capital's investment in the company and is consistent with our strategy of supplementing organic growth with select acquisitions.
The Z and Z Productions boss confessed RTE approached him more than five years ago with the idea to look at a new venture for Zig and Zag, but funding issues meant it took longer to create than expected.
We have another appointment to deliver a slide show to residents of Guisborough Manor care home in January and several inquiries about delivering our recently well received presentation on the Skinningrove Zig Zag to groups from Thirsk and Darlington.
Quality ingredients, fine meat, home-made pasta, seafood and tempting desserts will all be available at the Zig Zag Brasserie & Bar.
Most awards shows claim to be international but seem quite satisfied by filling most of the jury seats from in and around their regions,"said Zag.
8220;Zig Zag are fast growing, independent British TV producer with some fantastic new shows and formats in development,” said Justin Crosby, founder of Boom
The zig gag man With the big zag pan Felt the gig bag can Hit the rig
She was holding a Tibetan Zag concealed under a Canadian Zag, and when she and another protester tried to display it, several security ofcials covered her with a blue cloth.
Automotive Industries (AI) asked Zag founder Scott Painter (SP) what will be the next wave in car buying.
Some of the names set to be recognised as integral parts of Liverpool include The Bling Building, The Zig Zag and The Terrace.
The site, to be called impreAuto, is being created in partnership with Zag Inc.
Biochemically, ZAG stimulates lipid degeneration in adipocytes and appears to be involved in cachexia, a wasting syndrome that can affect people with cancer, AIDS, and other terminal illnesses (3,4).
Schools are erecting giant banners outside their gates depicting children lying down on yellow zig zag road markings.
If I could use only one word to describe the label for Mendocino Wine Company's new Zig Zag Zinfandel, I'd have to say: smokin'
Karl Power and pal Thomas Dunn waged a year-long campaign of harassment against Zig Zag Productions.