To quote Zach De La Rocha of the band Rage Against the Machine: `It has to start somewhere.
What does ZDLR stand for?
ZDLR stands for Zach de la Rocha (rapper)
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- Zentrum Demokratische Kultur (German: Democratic Culture Center)
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- Za Direktni Marketing (Czech: For Direct Marketing)
- Zambia Daily Mail (government-owned newspaper; Zambia)
- Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik (German, international reviews on mathematical education)
- ZENworks (Zero Effort Networks) Desktop Management (Novell, Inc.)
- Ziff Davis Media, Inc. (publisher; New York)
- Zigong Dinosaur Museum (Zigong City, China)
- Zone Démilitarisée (French: Demilitarized Zone, DMZ)
- ZENworks Desktop Management 7
- Zatvoreni Dobrovoljni Mirovinski Fond (Croatian: Indoor Voluntary Pension Fund)
- Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft (Magazine of the German Oriental Society)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: - Compiled by Sandra Barrera Early this month, Audioslave - the rock quartet formed when Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell replaced Zach De La Rocha in Rage Against the Machine - became the first American rock group to play an outdoor concert in Cuba.
The line-up of presenters and show participants has expanded with the recently announced additions of Juanes, Kelly Osbourne, Alex Lora, Molotov, Charly Alberti, Kinky, Daisy Fuentes, Plastilina Mosh, Elan, Moenia, Aterciopelados, Mana, La Oreja de Van Gogh, Zach de la Rocha and Los Prisioneros, among others.
The cast includes Zach De La Rocha, formerly of Rage Against the Machine, who appears on the three-part narrative track "Release" along with street poet Saul Williams.
An illuminating sidelight to Gonz' show--not to mention the American Dream--occurred when ex-Rage writer Zach De la Rocha was singled out close to the opening by some gym rats and asked if ho were "an Arab Muslim.
Additionally, a new line-up of presenters and show participants was announced including Juanes, Kelly Osbourne, Slash, Alex Lora, Molotov, Charly Alberti, Kinky, Daisy Fuentes, Plastilina Mosh, Elan, Moenia, Aterciopelados, Mana, La Oreja de Van Gogh, Zach de la Rocha and Los Prisoneros, among others.