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Zilla

In India, a political subdivision equivalent to a district, which is smaller than a state but larger than a county.
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Many of the other characters who get a reasonable amount of narrative focus are relatively close to Zillah in age: Tod, the magically gifted young nobleman from another world and Zillah's erstwhile lover; Mark, Marcus's unwitting father and the most powerful male witch in Britain.
The mobilization of this rescue paradigm, as well as the witting or unwitting scripting of liberation in Western terms post 9/11 in popular culture, the media, and in liberal women's groups such as The Feminist Majority, has been critiqued by prominent feminist scholars such as Miriam Cooke, Zillah Eisenstein, Gayatri Spivak, Lila Abu-Lughod, and many others (Cooke, 468-470; Eisenstein, 148-179; Spivak (2003), 50; Abu-Lughod; Cloud; Khan; Jabbra; Stabile; Ayotte).
PLAY WINEMAKER at Two Mountain Winery in Zillah, Washington.
Zillah Huma, Shah Jehan Yusuf, Rana Afzaal Hussain, Mujtaba Kharal and Malik Shakil Awan also participated in the debate and shed light on several issues regarding budget.
Nothing and Zillah are, at first, lovers, then it is discovered that Zillah is Nothing's father.
BULL Zillah (formerly of Worlds End Road, Handsworth Wood) Widow of the late Frederick and much loved mother of David and Rebecca, son-in-law John and grandsons Benjamin and Matthew.
AaAs Zillah Eisenstein explains, "Imperial democracy mainstreams women's rights discourse into foreign policy and militarizes women for imperial goals".
Yakima, Washington--based home builder United Builders of Washington already has 75 lot reservations for a 600-unit lakeside and golf community called Zillah Lakes--and it hasn't even moved dirt yet.
Zillah Eisenstein calls for a "thicker" and more complex vision of humanity than current postcolonial discourse allows for (2004:25) while Shu-mei Shih describes how "easily cross-cultural encounters misfire, oftentimes simply because the Western subject refuses to acknowledge the historical substance that constitutes the Other's supposed difference" (2005:4).
The Constellation Brands subsidiary confirmed last week that it has secured an agreement to sell Zillah winery in the Yakima Valley, Washington to Roza Hills Vineyards.
These theorists include Chantal Mouffe, Nancy Fraser, Susan Miller-Okin, Jeffrey Weeks, Zillah Eisensten and Judith Butler, among others.