Z is for ZPG
Z = Zero point and finality, zero population growth ZPG.
(Zero Population Growth)
See also: The Global 2000 Report
Zero population growth.
zero population growth
zero population growth (zîrʹŌ pŏp´yə-lĀʹshən grŌth) noun
The limiting of population increase to the number of live births needed to replace the existing population.
zero population growth (noun)
unproductiveness: dying race, falling birthrate, zero population growth, decrease
ep·i·logue also ep·i·log (ĕpʹə-lôg´, -lŏg´) noun
1. a. A short poem or speech spoken directly to the audience following the conclusion of a play. b. The performer who delivers such a short poem or speech.
2. A short addition or concluding section at the end of a literary work, often dealing with the future of its characters. In this sense, also called afterword.
[Middle English epiloge, from Old French epilogue, from Latin epilogus, from Greek epilogos, conclusion of a speech : epi-, epi- + logos, word, speech.]
sequel: afterword, end matter, postlude, epilogue, postscript
extremity: tag, epilogue, postscript, end matter, appendix, adjunct
dramaturgy: finale, final curtain, epilogue