- n. Led Zeppelin, an English rock group most active in the 1970s and late 1960s.
“As in Zep 2: 1 (compare Note, see on  Zep 1: 12) he had warned the hardened among the people to humble themselves, so now he admonishes "the meek" to proceed in their right course, that so they may escape the general calamity (Ps 76: 9).”
“; and in Zep 1: 4 he denounces various forms of idolatry, and specially that of Baal.”
“Others such as Zep Wind Farm LP signify that these outfits are organized as limited partnerships which means the investors who anted up the money to make the FIT application were able to write off at least part of their investment on their personal taxes.”
“Rzepczynski (we call him everything from "Zep" to "Chef" to "Scrabble") looks to have locked up a rotation spot this season already.”
“Acuity Specialty Products is a leading provider of specialty chemicals and includes brands such as Zep, Enforcer, and Selig.”
“( "Zep"), on October 31, 2007, by distributing all of the shares of Zep common stock, par value $.01 per share, to Acuity Brands 'stockholders of record as of October 17, 2007.”
“The Company markets these products and services under well recognized and established brand names, such as ZepÂ®, Zep CommercialÂ®, Zep Professional, EnforcerÂ®, National ChemicalÂ®, and SeligÂ®, some of which have been in existence for more than 70 years.”
“This Led Zep song appeared on their 1976 Presence album.”
“The once and forever Led Zeppelin frontman tours with a re-tooled version of his pre-Zep band.”
“Brill, Deron – oddly I knew the tune and yet, embarrassingly had no idea it was Led Zep!”
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