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Zara (retailer)

'''Zara ''' is a Spanish clothing and accessories retailer based in Arteixo, Galicia. The company was founded in 1975 by Amancio Ortega and Rosalía Mera. It is the main brand of the Inditex group, the world's largest apparel retailer. The fashion group also owns brands such as Massimo Dutti, Pull and Bear, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home, and Uterqüe.


ZaRa is a 10" EP by the Japanese noise musician Merzbow. This is his second release for the label after Dead Leaves. It is limited to 290 copies and comes in a silkscreened cover with a postcard and sticker. 30 copies have slightly colored printing.

It was announced on Merzbow's blog in August 2010 and available from two stores linked from the Merzbow site (Los Apson? and Doppelganger), but was not available for general purchase until early 2011.

Zara (comics)

Zara, Priestess of the Crimson Flame is a villain who battled the Golden Age Wonder Woman. She was also a member of the super-villain team Villainy Inc. She debuted in Comic Cavalcade #5 and was created by Dr. William Moulton Marston as an example of the follies of misandry and another embodiment of emotionally misaligned women whom Wonder Woman must reform.

Zara (Russian singer)

Zarifa Pashaevna Mgoyan (; born 26 July 1983), known as Zara , is a Russian pop singer and actress. Zara's parents are ethnic Yazidi from Gyumri, Armenia. She was brought up in Otradnoye and Saint Petersburg. Until 2004, she professed Yezidism, but has since converted to Russian Orthodoxy. She married Sergey Vladimirovich Matviyenko, the son of politician Valentina Matviyenko, on 30 April 2004, but they divorced one year later. She performed for the Russian army crews in Syria in 2016.

Zara (Turkish singer)

Neşe Yılmaz (born 15 January 1976), known by her stage name Zara, is a popular Turkish folk singer and actress.

Zara (Milan Metro)

Zara is an interchange station of Milan Metro. Zara is a station of Line 3 and Line 5. The inauguration took place in 1995. It was the final stop of Line 3 until 2003, when Maciachini (Milan Metro) was opened.

It was the final stop of Line 5 and its only link to the rest of the network from the opening of that line on 10 February 2013 till its extension to Porta Garibaldi on 1 March 2014.

The station is located in Viale Zara, in the municipality of Milan.

Zara (given name)

Zara is a feminine given name.

It is the English form of the name Zaïre, the central character of Voltaire's 1732 play Zaïre (The Tragedy of Zara). Voltaire may have been influenced by the Arabic name Zahra.

Its popularity may be influenced by the naming of Princess Anne's daughter Zara Phillips in 1981, and the Spanish fashion store Zara.

Another derivation, unrelated to the above, is the Bulgarian name Zara which is a diminutive of Zaharina or Zaharinka.

Zara (2014 film)

Zara is a 2014 short film directed by Preshanthan Moodley and written and produced by Shahrina Ramphaul. The movie is based on a true story of a submissive, abused woman and her promiscuous, abusive husband and stars Shahrina Ramphaul as the protagonist Zara. The movie was shot over a weekend for a paltry budget of ZAR 75,000. It was released on DVD by the Durban based distributor AA Video.