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“I have a couple buck knives but my Zipper is my favorite.”
“New music will take center stage when Monday Evening Concerts looks at the work of Gérard Griesy on the 16th and L. A.'s own Vicki Ray will give a recital featuring John Adams and Rzewski in Zipper Concert Hall on Feb 3rd.”
“The name Zipper, for example, was coined by the B.F. Goodrich Company in 1913 as the brand name for its slide fastener on overshoes.”
“Hunky Dory" offered its wares in a type called Zipper, a classic bit of buzzy sci-fi text that suggested something spacey and robotic the songs were actually spacey and vulnerable.”
“The university wants to replace its gymnasium with an 800,000-square-foot mixed-use building dubbed the "Zipper Building" because of its zigzag shape.”
“The Daily Telegraph said that after the asphalt had already been poured, the road was found to be too weak to support a machine called a Zipper, which moves concrete barriers between lanes during peak hour.”
“For advanced tickets, call The Zipper Factory box office at 212.563.0480 or visit www. thezipperfactory.com.”
“Oldie (real name "Zipper," how fitting) scampered off around the corner.”
“To quote from a website: "The Zipper is the standard measuring stick to which all other "scary" rides are measured - if your body can handle two and a half minutes on the Zipper, you can handle any other ride on a carnival midway.”
“Zipper," a.k.a. Amtrak, is due, and if it is running late or not.”
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