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ZENZero Effort Networking
ZENZero Effort NAC (Network Access Control; software)
ZENZona Espansione Nord (Italian: North Expansion Area; neighborhood)
ZENZero Energy Neighborhood
ZENZero Effort Network
ZENZero Engine Noise
ZENZerflainian Enterprizes (Gaithersburg, Maryland)
ZENZoological Education Network Inc. (pet care)
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Expected to launch first, the "Zen"-based "Summit Ridge" desktops will utilize the AMD AM4 socket, a new unified socket infrastructure that is compatible with 7th Generation AMD A-Series desktop processors - previously codenamed "Bristol Ridge" - for exceptional performance and connectivity scalability required by AMD partners and customers.
Zen, 84, is known for tangling with the communist authorities and has often been compared to the late archbishop of Manila, Cardinal Jaime Sin, who led the two internationally acclaimed people power revolutions that ousted presidents Ferdinand Marcos in 1986 and Joseph Estrada in 2000.
Zen and his Billiam bandmates supported Girls Aloud all over the UK, including two dates at the Metro Radio Arena, on their Tangled Up tour in 2008 and speaking to The Chronicle back then, he said Cheryl had been a great source of support.
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Yuval Ben-Itzhak, chief technology officer, AVG Technologies said, "With AVG Zen, users can see at a glance the real-time status of all the connected devices and take proactive, corrective measures as required."
Rich in historical detail and packed with action, The True Adventures of Nicolo Zen is a must-have for libraries, especially those whose readers who have outgrown Harry Potter and other similar magical novels.--Stephanie Wilkes.
Public Zen, Personal Zen, like Hershock's earlier work, emphasizes a contemporary Buddhist response to an increasingly complex and often violent world that manifests both tremendous suffering and the potential to alleviate suffering.
One of the most beloved small cars in the relatively small automobile consumer history, Zen, a 5-door hatchback has been popular ever since it was introduced in 1993.
The fundamental question that runs through Imperial-Way Zen is, how did Zen, a religious tradition supposedly intent on liberating people from the ego and its entanglements in such things as political affairs and violence, come to actively support and even glorify Japanese imperialism and violence in what is known in East Asia as the Fifteen-Year War (1930-1945)?
"No clinical trials have been published on the use of potent oestrogens like ZEN in bust-enhancing products and their use should be discouraged because of the lack of evidence of their long-term safety" Professor Ian Fentiman, consultant breast surgeon at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London, said.