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Zombie

A publicly-traded company that continues operations despite a merger or bankruptcy. Stocks in zombies are usually low in price because the companies are likely to cease operations (and the stocks will consequently become worthless). However, a few bottom feeders may be interested in a zombie if they believe that it can restructure and become profitable.

zombie

A company that remains in business even though it is technically bankrupt and almost surely headed for the graveyard.
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She goes zombielike, and none-too-efficiently, through her paces, cleaning up operating rooms at a Glasgow hospital.
Duvalier tried to appropriate the blackmagic aspects of Bizango voodoo to his own ends: As Graham Greene showed in The Comedians, the Tonton Macoutes often cloaked themselves in zombielike shadows to enhance fear.
The Wilsons' Erewhon is populated with a silent group of young women dressed in identical leotards and sheer knee-stockings who reference calisthenics (and occasionally a chorus line) in their frozen poses and zombielike approximations of exercise.
Nothing that's said is particularly interesting, no organizing principle or artistic perspective comes into focus, acting is zombielike and tech quality is awful, with extremely poor video visuals and raw sound rounding out the dismal package.
A brilliant fable about an attempt to imprison the unconscious mind, the novel chronicles the zombielike fate of an aristocrat who works in the Palace of Dreams, a castle that serves as the storehouse for the nation's oneiric material, which horsemen deliver from all corners of the empire at all times of the day and night.
1) Matthew Barney (Museum Ludwig, Cologne) There are any number of breathtaking moments in Matthew Barney's CREMASTER 3, the most extravagant artwork I've come across this year (and not just this year)--like the sequence in which a skeletal zombielike body emerges from the mud in a tunnel beneath the Chrysler Building and is placed in the backseat of a '38 Imperial New Yorker parked in the lobby.
Many of the other actors tap into the same zombielike key: the talented actresses who play the victims, for example, and even Andrew McGinn, playing a man who was shot by Lisa and whose girlfriend was killed by her.
Though he is soon aware of the connection between the orphanage and the huge, domed garden he beholds (in which the zombielike moguls waltz with deaf and dumb attendant concubines amid an array of erotic statuary while they await the injections and infusions that maintain them), Martin nonetheless is soon disarmed by Sartorius's presence and mission.
There are breathtaking moments in the new film, like the radiant silver needle of the Chrysler Building, festooned with colorful ribbons, piercing the clouds; more shocking, the skinny zombielike body (Gary Gilmore returning as a woman?
type zealots may be brooding how to get Prozac into the national synapses, inhibiting serotonin re-uptake, getting people on the even, zombielike keel foreseen by Aldous Huxley with soma in Brave New World.
Working with Berlin performer Nina Koenemann, Newman has courted all manner of risks - such as donning cotton pajamas and "sleepwalking" together, zombielike, down the length of the Reeperbahn (the main artery of Hamburg's red-light district) under a full moon.