And Julianna thanked Les Moonves for keeping dramas on at 10 o'clock, zing Jeff Zucker.
So if you are tempted to see the Salinger documentary or read the Salinger book—if you feel that zing—by all means, go ahead.
In the course of his speech, he managed to zing Kanye West, Joe Wilson, and SAG—and thank his stuntwoman kidney donor.
Or maybe, just maybe, he will zing the president on a white-hot issue dominating every waking moment for, um, some voters.
The newly fired host took advantage of a Letterman appearance to zing Current TV while admitting he had used poor judgment.
zingel, zing′el, n. a fish of the perch family, found in the Danube.
"zing, Jasper," cried Cap'n Jack, when one verse was completed.
But I voot zooner hear la Sfencali zing a scale zan anypotty else zing ze most peautiful zong in ze vorldt—efen vun of my own!
Any koot zinger can zing a peautiful zong and kif bleasure, I zubboce!
It came unstuck from the frame with a tiny explosion of dust and a zing like that of the watch, only louder.
1911, "high pitched sound," 1918, of echoic origin. Slang meaning "energy, zest" is attested from 1918.
: Marr, 32, has been a part of San Francisco's zine scene
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