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“Though more of a pulp fiction thriller, Zenith is the character that gave birth to Elric, and Elric to so many others.”
“Also, the fact that Zenith is an online band with band members from across the world is pretty awesome.”
“In his books we have previously caught glimpses of the family as one of the most aristocratic in Zenith - a circle where no”
“When I remind you that we have one motor car for every five and seven-eighths persons in the city, then I give a rock-ribbed practical indication of the kind of progress and braininess which is synonymous with the name Zenith!”
“We are seeing growth across the board and the recovery is steeper than we originally forecast" said Tim Jones, chief executive officer of the North American operation of Zenith, which is owned by Publicis Groupe SA.”
“Bling times are over," says Jean-Frederic Dufour, chief executive of Zenith, which is launching its 40mm-diameter Elite 681 Ultra Thin.”
“On our second day in New York, we chose Zenith, which is a regular Japanese restaurant on one side, and an Asian-fusion vegetarian restaurant on the other!”
“In several cases the fanatical Adolf Hitler is his opponent, but his arch-enemy is the mysterious black sword wielding aristocrat known as Zenith the Albino, a drug-dependent, charismatic exile from a distant realm he once ruled.”
“Zenith, that is, it was perfection, and made him also perfect.”
“It delighted him, as always; it was the neat yard of a successful business man of Zenith, that is, it was perfection, and made him also perfect.”
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