Zenick

Ze´nick


n.1.(Zool.) A South African burrowing mammal (Suricata tetradactyla), allied to the civets. It is grayish brown, with yellowish transverse stripes on the back. Called also suricat.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Acrylamide is a rodent carcinogen, a human neurotoxin, and a probable human carcinogen (Zenick et al.
Individuals exposed during critical periods of development are more vulnerable to the action of chemical substances, as they have a lower metabolic and excretory capacity and absence of many feedback mechanisms of the endocrine system (Zenick & Klegg, 1989).
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"We probably have considered press expansion in one form or another over the last four or five years," said Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram operations vice president Gerald Zenick. With last year's purchase from Cap Cities/Disney came the "opportunity to get this project off the ground," he said.
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Then, beginning just after New Year's Day, we'll complete the project over an eight-month period," said Star-Telegram operations vice president Gerald Zenick.
The challenge will be using data regarding behavior/activity patterns, exposure to pollutants, and the changes in pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic factors in the elderly (Geller and Zenick 2005).
"It was one of those happenstance situations," says Gerald Zenick, who last year was named a vice president.
Older adults in the United States are a diverse group (Geller and Zenick 2005).
With more years in the newsroom, Gerald Zenick offered a different perspective on operations efficiency, but probably one his colleagues would support.
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