CZSChicago Zoological Society (Illinois)
CZSCruzeiro Do Sul (Brazil)
CZSCentro Zonal Sur (Spanish: South Zonal Center; Universidad de Concepción; Chile)
CZSCarl-Zeiss-Stiftung (German foundation)
CZSCrush Zone Sensor
CZSCollege of Zen Surrealism (role-playing game)
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In 2009, CZ Custom did custom work on CZs and custom versions of guns, one-offs that you couldn't find anywhere else.
In contrast, Rullan offered his prediction for the burden of CZS. He postulated a total 9,305 affected pregnancies, and 558 (6%) fetuses with CZS, of which half (279) would survive to delivery (close to the PRDH's August estimate of worst scenario: 270).
CZs are now the dominant pattern guns in this division, and I see a lot of CZ Shadows.
Given widespread Zika virus transmission in the Western Hemisphere, clarifying the full spectrum of CZS is a critical public health priority.
Meanwhile, it is interesting to find that, unlike the strip mall building where the highest savings are achieved in the coldest climate zones, the outpatient health care building shows negative vestibule savings in CZs 7 and 8.
"Since 1990,1 have been on the water conducting research on Florida wildlife, and unfortunately, throughout this time I have seen increasing amounts of trash in the water and on surrounding shorelines, and I've participated in several rescue efforts to disentangle marine animals," said Kim Bassos-Hull, Senior Biologist with Mote and CZS' Sarasota Dolphin Research Program.
This direct, viral-induced brain damage can account for many of the malformations observed in cases of CZS, including those of fetal akinesia deformation sequence (FADS), such as decreased fetal activity, craniofacial abnormalities, joint contractures, limb malformations and arthrogryposis, pulmonary hypoplasia, and cryptorchidism.
The CZS will also create virtual "challenge networks" that will allow experts around the world to meet on one platform.
Using the LEHD dataset for CZs, firm-age categories are defined as follows: up to 1 year (young firms), 2-3 years, 4-5 years, 6-10 years, and 11 years or older.