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The ziege or sabre carp, Pelecus cultratus, is a species of ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family, and the only species of its genus.

Ziel is a regional American alternative metal/hard rock group based in Chicago, Illinois. Over the short 2 years of the group's existence, the group managed to have a significant impact on the local Chicago music scene and the outlying region.-The beginning:

Ziff is an unknown metal mentioned in the Book of Mormon .In Hebrew, this term means brightness, i.e. metallic brightness.Near the end of the article at this link a Hebrew term thought to relate to ziff is mentioned.

Zig (Judaism)
In the Babylonian Talmud, Zig is a giant rooster which stands with its foot on the earth and touches heaven with its head. Legend has it that when it spreads its wings it causes a total eclipse of the sun.

Ziggurat (disambiguation)
A ziggurat is a pyramidal structure that first appeared during ancient times in the Middle East. It may also refer to:*a ziggurat algorithm, a number generating algorithm*The Ziggurat, an office building in California

Ziggurats (album)
Ziggurats is the 2007 album from Australian three-piece band The Beautiful Girls. It was released in May, 2007 and features the single I Thought About You.-Track listing:All songs written by Mat

Zigs (film)
Zigs is a 2001 English language drama starring Jason Priestley, Peter Dobson and Richard Portnow and directed by Mars Callahan. The film received an R rating by the MPAA

Zigua may refer to:* Zigua people, ethnic group in Tanzania* Zigua language, their language

A zigzag is a pattern made up of small corners at variable angles, though constant within the zigzag, tracing a path between two parallel lines; it can be described as both jagged and fairly regular.

Zīj is the generic name applied to Islamic astronomical books that tabulate parameters used for astronomical calculations of the positions of the Sun, Moon, stars, and planets. The name is derived from the Middle Persian term zih or zīg, meaning cord

Zilch may refer to:* A slang term for the number zero * Zilch , a Japanese American rock band* Sonicflood an American Christian band formerly known as Zilch* Dice 10000 a dice game also known as Zilch

Zile (disambiguation)
Zile is a city and a district of Tokat Province.Zile may also refer to:* Zile , a UNIX text editor* Zile Huma , Pakistani pop singer

A zillion is a fictitious, indefinitely large number.Zillion or Zillions may also refer to:* Zillion , a 1987 Japanese anime series, and its spinoffs:** Zillion: Burning Night, a 1988 direct-to-video release

Zimbabwe is a landlocked country located in the southern part of the African continent, between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers. It is bordered by South Africa to the south, Botswana to the southwest, Zambia and a tip of Namibia to the northwest and Mozambique to the east. Zimbabwe has three official languages: English, Shona and Ndebele

Zimmer is a common surname of German origin, from Zimmermann, German for carpenter.*A Y-DNA Project exists for this surname.Zimmer may refer to:* Alana Zimmer, fashion model* Andreas Zimmer, German neurobiologist* Andy Zimmer, American basketball player

Zimmer (automobile)
Zimmer is the name of a U.S. neo-classic automaker, based in Syracuse, New York. The company was founded in 1978 as Zimmer Motorcars Corporation by Paul Zimmer and failed shortly after his death in 1988.

Zina (film)
Zina is an award-winning film by director Ken McMullen. It tells a story of a twentieth century Antigone, Zinaida Volkova , daughter of Leon Trotsky. In 1930s Berlin, Zina is being treated by the adlerian psychotherapist Professor Arthur Kronfeld

Zinc (chat client)
Zinc is a single user chat client based onLinux platform.zinc is available under a GPL license. Zinc is text based Instant messaging client.

Zinc (disambiguation)
Zinc is a metallic chemical element.Zinc may also refer to:* Zinc * ZINC database, a resource for computational drug discovery* MDM Zinc, a development platform for internet applications

Zinfandel is a variety of red grape planted in over 10 percent of California vineyards. DNA fingerprinting revealed that it is genetically equivalent to the Croatian grape Crljenak Kaštelanski, and also the Primitivo variety traditionally grown in Puglia , where it was introduced in the 18th century

Zing or ZING may refer to:* Zing , Singapore-born and Hong Kong-based makeup artist* Zing , the 2010 Sweet Adelines International champion quartet* Zing , an Indian music TV channel

Zing (makeup artist)
Zing is a prominent Hong Kong make-up artist for the stars.Zing was born in 1970 in Singapore born and studied English Literature, music, performing arts and fashion

Zingers are an American snack cake sold under both Dolly Madison and Hostess, snack food brands owned by Interstate Bakeries Corporation.-Product line:Zingers are similar to Twinkies and come in devil's food, vanilla, and raspberry flavors.

Zink (disambiguation)
Zink can refer to:*Another name for the cornett or cornetto, a Renaissance wind instrument*A misspelling of Zinc, a metallic chemical element*Zink magazine*ZINK, an inkless printing technology used in instant photo printers

Zion is a place name often used as a synonym for Jerusalem. The word is first found in Samuel II, 5:7 dating to c.630-540 BCE

Zion (album)
Zion is a concept album written and performed by the guitarist Phil Keaggy as a tribute to the master guitarmaker Ken Hoover at Zion guitars

Zion (David Bowie song)
Zion is a David Bowie bootleg. It is most commonly said to be from his Aladdin Sane period, recorded at Trident Studios in 1973.-Music and Lyrics:

Zion (Metra)
Zion is a small commuter railroad station on Metra's Union Pacific/North Line located in Zion, Illinois. It is located on 2501 South Eden Road, near the intersection with Shiloh Boulevard, is away from Ogilvie Transportation Center, the inbound terminus of the Union Pacific/North Line, and also serves commuters who travel north to Kenosha, Wisconsin

Zionism is a Jewish political movement that, in its broadest sense, has supported the self-determination of the Jewish people in a sovereign Jewish national homeland. Since the establishment of the State of Israel, the Zionist movement continues primarily to advocate on behalf of the Jewish state and address threats to its continued existence and security

Zip or ZIP most commonly refers to:*Zipper or zip, a device for temporarily joining two edges of fabric together*ZIP code, the USPS Zone Improvement Plan used in postal addresses in the USA*Zip drive, a removable data storage format

Zipper (data structure)
A zipper is a technique of representing an aggregate data structure so that it is convenient for writing programs that traverse the structure arbitrarily and update its contents, especially in purely functional programming languages. The zipper was described by Gérard Huet in 1997

Zipper (disambiguation)
A zipper is a device for temporarily joining two edges of fabric together.Zipper may also refer to:In transportation:*Zenair Zipper, an ultralight aircraft*Zoe Zipper, a microcar sold by Zoe Motors in the early 1980s

Zippy may refer to:*Zippy , the name of the mascot for the University of Akron Zips*Zippy Race, a motorbike-driving arcade game*Zippy , a character in Rainbow, a British pre-school children's television series

Zircon is a mineral belonging to the group of nesosilicates. Its chemical name is zirconium silicate and its corresponding chemical formula is ZrSiO4. A common empirical formula showing some of the range of substitution in zircon is 1–x4x–y

Zit may refer to:* Zit, colloquialism for pimple* Zit , an adult British comic* Zits, a syndicated daily comic strip by Jerry Scott* ZiT, a fictional music identification service in the video game Grand Theft Auto IV

Zita (Hittite prince)
Zita, was a Hittite prince, and probably the brother of Suppiluliuma I, , in the 382–letter correspondence called the Amarna letters

The zither is a musical string instrument, most commonly found in Slovenia, Austria, Hungary citera, northwestern Croatia, the southern regions of Germany, alpine Europe and East Asian cultures, including China

Zizania may refer to:* Zizania , the wild rice genus* USS Zizania, a patrol craft tender which served in the United States Navy from 1917 to 1919.

Zizi is a personal name or nickname which may refer to:*Zizi Jeanmaire , French ballet dancer*Zizi Lambrino , the first wife of King Carol II of Romania*Zizi Possi, a Brazilian singer

ZN or Zn may stand for:* Air Bourbon IATA airline designator* Azimuth, a mathematical concept defined as the angle between a reference plane and a point* Zenith, the direction pointing directly above a particular location

Znak can refer to:* Znak * Znak * Znak * Znak Ltd.* Two letters in the Russian alphabet, Hard sign and Soft sign

Znak (publisher)
Znak is one of the largest Polish book publishing companies. Founded in 1959 and related to the Catholic Church in Poland, it has grown since 1989. It publishes about 150 titles a year, and employs about 70 people.

Zoar (band)
Zoar is a primarily instrumental musical group from New York City. Michael Montes, a former medical student, formed Zoar in 1995 with Peter Rundquist, who formerly worked on Wall Street, and Erik Friedlander

ZOB can refer to:*Jewish Combat Organization*Cleveland Air Route Traffic Control Center*Berlin Zoologischer Garten railway station*Electronic Music Producer

Zodiac (2007 soundtrack)
Two soundtrack albums were released from the 2007 film Zodiac.The first album, Zodiac: Songs from the Motion Picture, was released by Lakeshore Records on February 27, 2007 and features various popular music pertaining to the time periods covered in the film.The second album, Zodiac: Original Motion Picture Score, was released by Varèse Sarabande on March 13, 2007 and

Zodiac (cipher)
In cryptography, Zodiac is a block cipher designed in 2000 by Chang-Hyi Lee for the Korean firm SoftForum.Zodiac uses a 16-round Feistel network structure with key whitening. The round function uses only XORs and S-box lookups

Zodiacal light
Zodiacal light is a faint, roughly triangular, whitish glow seen in the night sky which appears to extend up from the vicinity of the sun along the ecliptic or zodiac. Caused by sunlight scattered by space dust in the zodiacal cloud, it is so faint that either moonlight or light pollution renders it invisible

Zoe (All My Children)
Zoe is a fictional character from the ABC daytime drama All My Children, and is credited as the first transgender character to appear on a soap opera at the beginning of a male to female gender transition. She was portrayed by actor Jeffrey Carlson in August 2006 and then again from November 29, 2006 to April 26, 2007

Zoe (name)
Zoe is a feminine first name, which came from ancient Greece and means "life" in Greek.-People:*Zoë , English pop star *Zoey, J-Pop singer *Zoe of Rome Zoe (and variants) is a feminine first name, which came from ancient Greece and means "life" in Greek.-People:*Zoë (singer), English pop star ("Sunshine On A Rainy Day", 1991)*Zoey, J-Pop singer (born 1984)*Zoe of Rome Zoe (and variants) is a feminine first name, which came from ancient Greece and means "life" in Greek.-People:*Zoë (singer), English pop star ("Sunshine On A Rainy Day", 1991)*Zoey, J-Pop singer (born 1984)*Zoe of Rome (died ca

Zoetrope (band)
Zoetrope was an American heavy metal band from Chicago, Illinois. Although their sound was akin to thrash metal, the group described themselves as "Street Metal" . The group was formed in 1976 by teenage friends Barry Stern , Kevin Michael Rasofsky, aka Kevin Michael, , and Calvin "Willis" Humphrey , soon to be joined by second guitarist Ken Black

A zograscope is an optical device for enhancing the sense of depth perception from a flat picture. It consists of a large magnifying lens through which the picture is viewed. Some models have the lens mounted on a stand in front of an angled mirror. This allows someone to sit at a table and to look through the lens at the picture flat on the table

Zohar (album)
-Track listing:# "Alef" – 0:40# "Book Of Splendors" – 3:48# "Frog Doina" – 2:02# "The Dybbuk" – 2:28# "2000 Years" – 0:59# "Goniff Dance" – 2:17# "Rav Nova" – 7:44# "Zayin" – 3:37

Zohar (disambiguation)
- People :* Avivi Zohar, Israeli footballer* Itzik Zohar, Israeli footballer and television commentator* Israel Zohar, Kazakhstani-Israeli painter*Uri Zohar , Israeli film director and actor* Zohar Argov, Israeli singer

Zoic can refer to one of the following:*The word .*Zoic Studios, a visual effects company

Zola may refer to:People:* Zola , South African entertainer* Émile Zola , French novelist* Arlette Zola, Swiss singer* Calvin Zola , Congo DR footballer

Zola (crater)
Zola is a crater on Mercury at latitude 50.5, longitude 178. It is 60km in diameter.

Zombi may refer to:* Zombie, traditionally an undead person in the Caribbean spiritual belief system of voodoo* Dawn of the Dead, a 1978 film by George Romero, known as Zombi internationally* Zombi 2 Zombi may refer to:* Zombie, traditionally an undead person in the Caribbean spiritual belief system of voodoo* Dawn of the Dead, a 1978 film by George Romero, known as Zombi internationally* Zombi 2 Zombi may refer to:* Zombie, traditionally an undead person in the Caribbean spiritual belief system of voodoo* Dawn of the Dead, a 1978 film by George Romero, known as Zombi internationally* Zombi 2 (a.k.a

Zombie is a term used to denote an animated corpse brought back to life by mystical means such as witchcraft. The term is often figuratively applied to describe a hypnotized person bereft of consciousness and self-awareness, yet ambulant and able to respond to surrounding stimuli

Zombie (album)
Zombie is the 27th full-length album by afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti. The album criticised the Nigerian government and resulted in the murder of Kuti's mother and the destruction of his commune by the military.-Controversy and fallout:

Zombie (comics)
The Zombie is a fictional supernatural character appearing in books published by Marvel Comics, in particular starred in the black-and-white, horror-comic magazine series Tales of the Zombie , usually in stories by Steve Gerber and Pablo Marcos

Zombie (novel)
Zombie is a 1995 novel by Joyce Carol Oates which explores the mind of a serial killer. It was based on the life of Jeffrey Dahmer.In this novel, a man in his 30s seeks to create a "zombie" out of an unsuspecting young man

Zon (band)
Zon was a progressive rock band from Toronto, Canada formed in the mid-70's. The band consisted of vocalist Denton Young, guitarist Brian Miller, bassist Jim Samson, drummer Kim Hunt, and keyboard player Howard Helm. They released four albums over the course of their career.-History:Don V. Lorusso produced the band's first album, "Astral Projector", which was released on blue vinyl

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