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zings

n. the delirium tremens. The old guy was suffering from the zings.
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The agreement builds on a prior collaboration between the two companies and provides entitlements for Azul Zing with JBoss Data Grid subscriptions, enabling customers to better meet speed and volume needs for their big data environments.
Zing! Then, while England's Christians were still reeling, Lord Phillips, the Lord Chief Justice, admitted that five Sharia courts were already quietly but officially operating in Britain, handling civil cases for Muslims.
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Lee Grover of Newfield, NY zings the Left Coast with a legitimate beef
In fact, more than 1,500 fashionistas showed up that night to gasp over Cher's spider-woman Oscar dress, Elton John's "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds" costume, and a really zingy beaded jumpsuit with a flower at the neck that Mitzi Gaynor wore on her 1978 TV special "Mitzi Zings Into Spring." That show earned Mackie one of his seven Emmys.
KARACHI -- Zing lightening bails have provided "good" entertainment to the spectators in the ground and viewers on TV.