ZL

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AcronymDefinition
ZLZloty (currency of Republic of Poland)
ZLZero Line
ZLZalau (Romania car registration numbers)
ZLZone Leader (LDS church)
ZLFreezing Drizzle (Weather Symbol)
ZLZone Line (gaming, Everquest)
ZLZeptoliter (10 E^-21, one sextillionth)
ZLZeroth Law (website)
ZLZettaliter (10 E^21, one sextillion liters)
ZLZichrono Livracha (Hebrew: Of Blessed Memory)
ZLZyklon Loop (roller coaster)
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She was most recently managing director and West zone leader for Marsh's private client services division.
Global Banking News-April 14, 2016--CNA names assistant vice president, management liability zone leader
The newly named Pacific Desert Zone Leader for 7-Eleven stores, overseeing operations in San Diego, Las Vegas and Arizona, is a wonderful example, not only because she has in the ranks of 7-Eleven but also because she values those she works with and loves.
For the past two years, Cadelli was the inland marine zone leader supporting the Mid-Atlantic and Northern zones.
Robert Newmarker is now the head of business operations, Greg Tiernan is zone leader for Eastern states, Robert Hampel is zone leader for Western and Midwestern states, and Debra Hausser is financial institutions leader.
KRIS DAVIS, currently Southwest partnership leader in the West zone, will succeed Bidmead as the West zone leader. GREG STANBURY, who had led the Midwest zone, will now lead the newly expanded Central zone.
Prior to joining Willis, Gibbs was a managing director and zone leader for Southwest (Southern California, Nevada and Arizona) operations of Marsh.
Greek voters could well have rejected the deal, potentially sinking euro zone leaders' attempts to stop the debt crisis devastating economies such as Italy and Spain.
As part of the package, the euro zone leaders also made detailed provisions for limiting the damage of a temporary default - the first in western Europe for more than 40 years.
Euro zone leaders made Greece surrender much of its sovereignty to outside supervision in return for agreeing to talks on an 86 billion euros ($95 billion) bailout to keep the near-bankrupt country in the single currency.