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Zolaesque
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Zolaesque: In the style of Zola (see Zolaism).
Zolaism
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Zolaism: The literary theories and practices of the French novelist Emile Zola (1840-1902) naturalism, esp. in a derogatory sense. Zo"la*ist, n. Zo`la*is"tic (#), a. Zo"l
Zollners lines
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Zollners lines: Parallel lines that are made to appear convergent or divergent by means of oblique intersections.
Zollverein
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Zollverein: Literally, a customs union specifically, applied to the several customs unions successively formed under the leadership of Prussia among certain German states
Zoltan Kodaly
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Zoltan Kodaly: (1882-1967) Hungarian composer and linguist who integrated folk motifs into his compositions (best known for his works "Hary Janos" and "Psalmus Hungaricu
Zomboruk
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Zomboruk: See Zumbooruk.
Zona
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Zona: Of or pertaining to a zone having the form of a zone or zones. Zonal equation (Crystallog.), the mathematical relation which belongs to all the planes of a zone, an
Zonar
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Zonar: A belt or girdle which the Christians and Jews of the Levant were obliged to wear to distinguish them from Mohammedans. [Written also zonnar.]
Zonaria
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Zonaria: A division of Mammalia in which the placenta is zonelike.
Zonate
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Zonate: Divided by parallel planes as, zonate tetraspores, found in certain red alg?.
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