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  • n  an angular shape characterized by sharp turns in alternating directions

  • Driving Russia further further toward Communism, Josef Stalin's Communist Party advances by a series of zigzags, first zigging as far to the Left as the people will stand,.
  • He added: "At first I thought it was an accident, but then he kept going in a zig-zag down the slope of King David, overturned a car and hit a few cars.
  • Or the social discombobulations provoked by a given zig, as with the late '60s, can make the zag that follows more extreme; thus the long political period we've just been through.
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  • NBA betting: Heat justifying zig zag theory
    NBA Playoff bettors that subscribe to the “Zig Zag” theory are well aware of the Miami Heat and their SU (straight up) and ATS (against the spread) success recently. The Zig Zag theory is simple enough: Wager on the team coming off a straight up l...
    June 15, 2013 -
  • Spurs Zig, Heat Zag, And Books Lose
    It was turn-back-the-clock night for Dwyane Wade, and as a result, a wild series is right back where it started. But maybe it's not that wild, because this is what was expected. The zig-zag pattern the NBA Finals followed through three games held true
    June 14, 2013 - Las Vegas Review-Journal
  • Carlson Capital Management Achieves One Billion AUM Mark, Using Client-Centric Growth Strategy
    Carlson Capital Management, a ZAG member firm, has reached the $1 billion mark for client assets under management. With an annual client retention rate greater than 99% and growth rooted in client referrals, the firm examplifies the fiduciary standard as one of the earliest fee-based RIAs. (PRWeb June 12, 2013) Read the full story at
    June 12, 2013 - PRWeb

  • Joseph Lowery in WTVM
    This is the most recent manifestation of criminal behaviour by the so-called 'blue-light bullies' - the VIP protection units that zig-zag in front of and behind the vehicles that transport executive officials to their public (and, often, private)... Helen Zille Independent Online Nov 21, 2008 112035 146923 zag Lowery called Jones a zig-zag, so-called conservative Bush supporter" and criticized him for voting twice in favor of President Bush.
  • Frank Beamer in Clemson Tigers Insider
    He's having a great year,Beamer said. "When you average 29 yards a catch : then you watch him return kicks, this guy is a great football player. The way he starts may not be the way he ends up. He can change direction, he can zig-zag. He...

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