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- proper noun An
ethnic minorityof Iranian origin in eastern Turkey.
- noun A member of this ethnic group.
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Actually, the Zaza is the worst, because they rope off the public street across from the towers and try to “force” you to valet.
A curious FBvian notes that the overflow parking lot at Zaza is filled with motorhomes today.
Partnered romantically with his high-strung star performer, Albin (who goes by the stage name Zaza), the pair live a charmed life on the Riviera-until Georges 'son, Jean-Michel, turns up engaged to the daughter of a conservative right-wing politician who's coming to dinner.
He placed it with "Zaza" and Brieux's "Three Daughters of M. Dupont."
"Zaza" for instance, is woman naked and shameless, loving and suffering with all her nerves and muscles, a gross, pitiable, horribly human thing, whose direct appeal, like that of a sick animal, seizes you by the throat at the instant in which it reaches your eyes and ears.
After its great triumph in the United States, Frohman and Belasco produced "Zaza" in London.
It was during this engagement that Charles bought the English rights to "Zaza," then a sensational success in Paris.
The next day (we were rehearsing "Zaza") I went out for luncheon during the recess with a member of my company.
'Zaza' (1900), founded upon a French play which recently achieved a scandalous notoriety, has found little favour even in Italy.
Charles followed up "Zaza" with a superb production of "Madame
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