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(ˈzoʊ ni ən)

a U.S. citizen living in the Canal Zone.
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"January Jackson & Friends" is a collection of stories based in erotica as Zonie Felder writes story of sex and passion, but the betrayal and bad mistakes that can be made during that time.
Calios, originally called Zonies, is the Calzone King.
Zonies, "The damage control sequence and underlying logic," Surgical Clinics of North America, vol.
Zonies D,Mack C,Rivara F etal: Verified Centers,Nonverified centers or other Facilities,A national Analysis of Burn Patients Treatmentlocation.J Am Coll Surg,2010 march;210(3):299-305.
Scottsdale, AZ, October 03, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Arizona Event Industry Awards, “The Zonies,” presented by ISES Arizona (International Special Event Society) was held at The Montelucia Resort & Spa in Scottsdale, AZ on Friday, September 27, 2013.
(8.) Zonies D, Bein T, Phillip A, Zimmerman M, Benson C, Fortuna G, Silvey S, (Regensburg) VV-ECMO initiation and transport of NATO combat casualties from a war zone, Presented at the 1st EuroELSO Congress; May 11-13, 2012, Rome, Italy
"Zonies," he explains, is a slang term for Arizona natives who move to California and tend to be zoned out and lost.
Such cross-breeds are also known as zebroids, zedonks and zonies.
Phoenix natives say the Californians used to laugh at the exodus of "Zonies" to San Diego every summer to feel the welcome cool ocean air.
Ken Zonies article entitled "Why Primary Care Physicians Should Be Self-Employed." (The Physician Executive, Vol.
Now to my point: I find it a lack of editorial talent to publish the article by Ken Zonies, "Why Primary Care Physicians Should Be Self-Employed." (The Physician Executive, Vol.