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  • I have a couple buck knives but my Zipper is my favorite.

    whats your favorite knife?

  • New music will take center stage when Monday Evening Concerts looks at the work of GĂ©rard 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.

    In the Wings - February

  • 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.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XII No 1

  • "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.

    Confessions of a Typomaniac

  • 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.

    NYU Shifts Expansion

  • 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.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • For advanced tickets, call The Zipper Factory box office at 212.563.0480 or visit www. thezipperfactory.com.

    BroadwayWorld.com Featured Content

  • Oldie (real name "Zipper," how fitting) scampered off around the corner.

    haloaskew Diary Entry

  • 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.

    charles statman

  • "Zipper," a.k.a. Amtrak, is due, and if it is running late or not.

    Postbulletin.com Local News

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