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“Hi Ben – About BBH Zag, you’re right – except that Zag is more focussed purely on product creation and marketing unlike Anomaly, which is more strategy. .or at least that’s what I think.”
“Dealers using TrueCar's network, called Zag, sold more than 100,000 new cars this year though Nov. 12, Talati said in a telephone interview.”
“Labyrinth in Houdetsi hosts the Irish-born lyra aficionado Ross Daly's lyra and lute workshops, while further south are the party hot-spots, where clubs like Zig Zag in Malia (Malia St) and The Matrix in Hersonissos (Eleftheriou Venizelou St) play DJ Omeyocan's remixes of Cretan hits.”
“Soon he will start a weekly Thursday night party at Le Bain called Zig Zag.”
“Nick said his manuscripts went from being rejected to being published and his first adult novel Zig Zag Street shared the Betty Trask Award in 1998.”
“In 1923, preserved dinosaur eggs were discovered for the first time in history, at Bayan Zag in English, "the flaming cliffs".”
“Stan Sesser/The Wall Street Journal Another famous sight in the Gobi is Bayan Zag, or "the flaming cliffs.”
“Calvin had planned on taking Sunshine Loop to Elkhead Loop, and make his way to Zig Zag.”
“On his third run, he didn't look at the sign and made a left for Zig Zag.”
“Agent Zig Zag – He will have been referring to being stood in parade uniform in front of the superintendent for a bollocking.”
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