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ZEST

An object-oriented extension of Z.

["Object Orientation in Z", S. Stepney et al eds, Springer 1992].
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And when he had gone, she would return to her books with a keener zest and fresh store of energy.
He had a due value for the Vincys' house, but the wariest men are apt to be dulled by routine, and on worried mornings will sometimes go through their business with the zest of the daily bell-ringer.
When he experimented in a small way at raising a few pigeons for market, he found no less zest in calculating in squabs than formerly when he had calculated in millions.
It is extraordinary what a zest and relish it gave to the drink, and how it heightened the flavour of the tobacco.
These specialites in trade are of frequent occurrence in Paris, and form a pleasant bond of union between the buyer and seller, which gives a particular zest to this sort of commerce, and not unfrequently a particular value to goods.
In such marine shore-talk as this is the name of a ship slowly established, her fame made for her, the tale of her qualities and of her defects kept, her idiosyncrasies commented upon with the zest of personal gossip, her achievements made much of, her faults glossed over as things that, being without remedy in our imperfect world, should not be dwelt upon too much by men who, with the help of ships, wrest out a bitter living from the rough grasp of the sea.
Poyser's outbreak was discussed in all the farm-houses with a zest which was only heightened by frequent repetition.
She was rooming with a family, taking her meals at a restaurant, keeping up her zest in tomorrow by running a shop.
She remained with her comrades till dusk, and participated with a certain zest in the dancing; though, being heart-whole as yet, she enjoyed treading a measure purely for its own sake; little divining when she saw "the soft torments, the bitter sweets, the pleasing pains, and the agreeable distresses" of those girls who had been wooed and won, what she herself was capable of in that kind.
Whisk in the orange juice, both citrus zests and oil, then the flour and baking powder.
Mr Gough said: "Because we have the ability to produce fine purees and citrus zests to match a customer's specific requirements, we believe our ingredients have great potential for use in cosmetics.