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Zigzag

A line formed by angles that alternately project and retreat; occurring in bands, on columns, and in larger patterns on cornices.

zigzag, dancette

An ornamental molding of continued chevrons.
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To celebrate the start of the distribution contract on 1 January 2007, Zig-Zag is offering 10 independents the opportunity to win 100s [pounds sterling]-worth at rsp of JOB rolling papers.
That makes it even more important to ensure that the zig-zag zone is kept clear.
The Echo is calling on all parents who park on double yellow or zig-zag lines to think again.
A school bus has been seen picking children up on restricted zebra crossing zig-zags in Meltham most mornings.
Five independent retailers have a chance to win the full Zig-Zag range of accessories, including standard, slim, ultra-slim and menthol filter tips, as well as standard and king-size rolling machines and auto-rolling boxes.
Motorists who park on zig-zag lines outside a school are not breaking the law.
But what really gets my goat are the zig-zag queues.
Zig-Zag reckons that over half of all global sales of products such as filter tips and rolling machines ore purchased in the UK and the market here for tips alone could be worth as much as 45m[pounds sterling].
Bunker, tree, stoney,'' explained Tom Barber, the Griffith Park head pro who was rooting his son's zig-zag progress.
So this bold image featuring youngsters strewn in a zig-zag line should have a big impact in a bid to increase road safety outside schools.
Zig-Zag is promoting its rolling paper brand with an ongoing consumer advertising campaign designed to attract new customers.
For fun or creative projects, the new version offers a suite of built-in special effects, such as quake, zig-zag and cartoon that allow the user to change the entire look of their image.