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  • proper n. A medieval state roughly equivalent to modern Montenegro.

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Examples

  • Much like Operation: Anchorage, Mothership Zeta is a very linear experience.

    Fallout 3: Status Report (Level 20)

  • I remember, albeit vaguely, the film adaptation starring Catherin Zeta-Jones.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • It zoomed past a globular cluster of suns, on toward the one called Zeta, and on and on beyond.

    Starfarers

  • The name Zeta means it's the sixth brightest in the Centaur.

    Starfarers

  • MEXICO CITY—The Mexican navy said Friday it captured eight alleged members of a drug-cartel death squad dubbed the Zeta Killers that is suspected in the killings of at least 67 people in the past two weeks in the strategic Gulf of Mexico port city of Veracruz.

    Mexico Captures Alleged 'Zeta Killers'

  • The Mexican navy said it caught eight alleged members of a drug-cartel death squad dubbed the Zeta Killers.

    What's News: World-Wide

  • He said all had the word "Milenio Zeta" written with oil on their backs.

    Mass Killing Hits Calm Mexican City

  • The picture, together with the article was picked from Vcrisis, reposted in Noticierodigital and printed in a magazine called Zeta, which BTW did not do justice to what I wrote.

    An interview with Alek Boyd, from the Rosales campaign trail

  • The chieftain, Tshaslav Kronimirović, did, as a matter of fact, succeed in uniting his State with two others, one being in Bosnia and the other in Zeta, which is now Montenegrin.

    The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1

  • Serbs, settled in the territory which they still possess, and founded there several principalities (Zupanate), the most southern of which was called Zeta, or (after the ancient Dioclea) Duklja.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

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