On one arm, he sports a tattoo with Braddock's zip Code, 15104.
But add her zip code into the mix, and it becomes a plotline straight out of a Tom Clancy thriller.
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Seeing he was all right, the doctor whistled for zip to come, but no zip appeared.
“Not a duck, zip,” said Sunny, shaking his head sorrowfully.
He had been christened "zip," a contraction of some unpronounceable name, and his motto was: "zip buys or sells anythings!"
And of her own accord, Tabby never would, had not zip put her up to it.
Margy and Mun Bun toddled down the steps to look at zip, who had stretched out on the grass, still hitched to the cart.
"move rapidly," 1852, of echoic origin. Related: Zipped; zipping. Zip gun "homemade pistol" first recorded 1950.
"to close or fasten by means of a zipper," 1932, back-formation from zipper. Related: Zipped; zipping.
"zero," 1900, student slang for a grade of zero on a test, etc.; of unknown origin; cf. zilch.
1963, in U.S. postal ZIP code, an acronym for Zone Improvement Plan, no doubt chosen with conscious echo of zip (v.1).
[1900+ Students; like zilch, probably coined from a familiar word beginning with z]