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zine

(1) See e-zine.

(2) (magaZINE) Pronounced "zeen," a zine is a small periodical containing original and/or copied material with a relatively limited circulation. Self-published, zines date back to the 18th century.
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In testimony to the medium's growing visibility, Penguin Books recently published a bestselling zine guide, numerous newspapers and magazines have noted the phenomenon, and a zine review that died two years ago has sprung back to life.
The mayor's staff isn't able to go in with a preventative program,'' Zine said.
Zines are self-published magazines created by a person or a small group.
When offered a golf scholarship, Zine turned it down, stating that she didn't want to fall behind academically because of golf.
Biel said that the Project ZINE package includes ZEOLogix developer seats at a deep classroom discount, assistance for faculty with courseware development from the Buzzeo Learning Center, opportunities for accelerated training, and ZINE scholarships for high achievement in distributed object technology studies.
The standoff between Zine and the VCC ended this week after 10 months of negotiations between the city and the VCC.
Every constituent who takes time out of their day to be heard by the City Council deserves to have their problems resolved by their council member or the proper city department,'' Zine said.
But Zine and Parks chose to duck the fight themselves.
How about the snit over a ``drug house'' that Zine had bulldozed, much to the thrill of the neighborhood?
That would be Dennis Zine, the west San Fernando Valley city councilman.
City Councilmen Eric Garcetti and Dennis Zine were scheduled to return Monday to Los Angeles after a five-day trip to Beirut, where they finalized details of a sister-city partnership with officials in the Lebanese capital.