zotz

zotz

(zɑts)
1. and zot. (zɑt) n. zero; nothing. I went out to get the mail, but there was zot.
2. tv. to kill someone or something. Sam threatened to zotz Joel Cairo, but it was just a threat.
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The original definition of these developmental processes by Goebel (1900-1905) has been subject of different interpretations and elaborations (for a detailed review, see Zotz et al.
Marz, Christoph, Lorenz Welker, and Nicola Zotz, eds.
Since 2006, a multinational, interdisciplinary project has investigated the archaeological sites in the valley, including El Zotz, Bejucal, and El Palmar (see Figure 1).
A 1,600 year old temple believed to be dedicated to the sun god of the ancient Mayan people has been found in El Zotz, (http://www.
Poon MC, Zotz R, Di Minno G, Abrams ZS, Knudsen JB, Laurian Y Glanzmann's thrombasthenia treatment: a prospective observational registry on the use of recombinant human activated factor VII and other hemostatic agents.
Zotz, the Maya god of the underworld, is depicted with the head of a bat--sometimes a vampire, sometimes a leaf-nosed bat--on a human body.
Newsletter publishers might wonder if Joe Zotz, current president of the Widget Association, spokesperson for the group and known to all in the business, is a "public figure" despite being totally unknown to the general public.
Following an earthquake, Griffin gets pulled into the subterranean bat land of the dead ruled by the ruthless bat god Cama Zotz.
One of these concessions has now extended into the area designated as the biological reserve El Zotz, a presumably untouchable area of virgin forest administered by the Universidad de San Carlos.
As Internet accessibility increases globally," adds John Zotz, deputy director of the Press and manager of electronic publishing, "it is important that students have access to refereed, quality, scholarly titles.
Gerhard Zotz (1,2,4) * Kerstin Wilhelm (1) * Annette Becker (3)
It lies beneath the El Diablo pyramid in the city of El Zotz.