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zila

(ˈzɪlɑː) ,

zilla

or

zillah

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an administrative district in India
[C19: from Hindi dilah division, from Arabic dil' part]
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based company, Denmat," Zila CEO David Speights told Arkansas Business.
2 million, driven largely by Zila Nutraceuticals' Ester-brand marketing efforts.
Research indicates that those who have been repeatedly abused are the most likely to inflict self injury (Favazza & Rosenthal, 1993; Kehrberg, 1997; McLane, 1996; Simpson, 1981; Zila & Kiselica, 2001).
The unit will operate as a comprehensive research, development and licensing business specializing in precancer and cancer detection through Zila tolonium chloride, a patented technology.
Zila Professional Pharmaceuticals, a division of Zila, Inc.
Zila already holds several patents and has additional patent applications pending for the use of a specific dye, toluidine blue 0, or tolonium chloride, for the detection of oral cancer.
Zila, a division of TOLMAR, as the new company is called, provides a combined range of high-quality products surrounding consumable home care products, in-office diagnostics, acute care products, and prevention tools that allow dental professionals to effectively treat patients to the highest professional standards.
The publicly traded Zila said it had big plans for Pro-Dentec, which has about 350 employees and makes Soft Tissue Management oral care products that are sold directly to dental offices.
Ester-C[R] manufacturer Zila Nutraceuticals, Phoenix, AZ, will launch its new Ester-E[TM] product early this year.
EBITDA from continuing operations, which Zila defines as earnings from continuing operations before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, was a negative $950,000 in the first quarter this year compared with a positive $56,000 last year.