from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A student who holds a scholarship established by the will of Cecil J. Rhodes that permits attendance at Oxford University for a period of two or three years.
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Almost immediately there is an attempt on Zal's life that Lila only just manages to stop and the book moves on quickly from there.
Zal's decision to live among humans and do unelven things such as eat meat and exist as a celebrity has made him many enemies among his own people in Alfheim, some of whom have made threats against him.
RUMSFELD: Look, Zal's got his job, the prime minister's got his job and I've got my job.
Saum and Zal both pleaded Zal's cause before Minuchihr, who relented when he heard from the astrologers that a good and mighty warrior would come of the union.
Zal's remonstrances were of no avail: the headstrong Kai-Kaus marched into Mazinderan, and, together with his whole army, was conquered, imprisoned, and blinded by the power of the White
The reason we say almost is that Zal's abilities that help the Prince progress are triggered by holding down any direction on the d-pad then following this up with some stylus moves.