ZINGO

AcronymDefinition
ZINGOZambia Interfaith Networking Group On HIV & AIDS (awareness group; Zambia)
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Del Monte Zingo (sweet and spicy blend of Red chilies, Red Bell Pepper, Garlic and Ginger)
The Food and Drug Administration approved Zingo (0.
Data from two pivotal Phase 3 clinical studies that serve as the foundation of the NDA demonstrated that Zingo (previously known as 3268), a fast-acting, local anesthetic, provided statistically significant pain relief in children undergoing venous access procedures, such as intravenous (IV) line placements.
Once they're in cars, Zingo said, the public views them as just another badge on a blue uniform.
Passengers order taxis through Zingo by dialling its central number on their mobile, which pinpoints where they are through their signal.
The marketing campaign will run from the first week of February and will ask the public to enjoy a 'brief encounter' with a Zingo taxi.
With the voice-controlled interface, mobile customers can have messages and information read to them and can use their phone to customize Zingo features and browse the web.
amp; MILWAUKEE -- To promote an enjoyable fan experience at the XXXVI State Farm Bayou Classic[R], Coors Light is partnering with Zingo Nola, New Orleans's premier designated driving service, to provide fans with an option for a safe ride home after the game.
The play, based on the book by Jack Plotnick and Seth Rudetsky, is directed and designed by Joe Zingo.
Zingo decided shelling out for a new manager was the only thing to do to avoid relegation - though he did for a few minutes consider shelling out for a new club.
The esteemed National Award has been awarded to Del Monte for its multilayer sauce bottles Zingo and Twango under the "Food Packaging Design' category.
Isa Janahi on Maranello won in class four which was a preliminary junior contest, Helen Blake steered Merlin to first place in class five preliminary adult while Edith Gariazzo came on top in the novice mix class six on Zingo.