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[TV channel] U was an interactive youth-oriented New Zealand television channel, owned and operated by TVNZ. The channel launched on 13 March 2011, and featured reality programming, as well as an interactive live show and music content. It replaced the now defunct TVNZ 6. Leading up to the launch of U, there were 13 days` worth of promotion...
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[Kasha & Shara Nelson song] `U` is a song by Kasha and Shara Nelson released as a 12` single in 1999 on Botchit & Scarper. ==Track listing== ===12` Single=== ...
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[Super Junior song] `U` is a song by South Korean pop group Super Junior, and is the group`s follow-up release to their debut album Twins. The single topped CD sales charts during the first several weeks after its release on June 7, 2006. `U` peaked at #1 on the monthly MIAK K-pop album charts and sold 91,416 copies by 2008. The song won a ...
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[disambiguation] U is the twenty-first letter of the Latin alphabet. U may also refer to: ==Science== ===Chemistry=== ===Astronomy=== ===Computing=== ===Other scientific uses=== ==Music== ==People== ==Places== ==Education== ==Language== ==Film and television== ==Other uses== ...
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a common replacement for the Greek letter µ as a symbol for the micron or micrometer. The correct symbol for this unit is µm.
Found on http://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/units/dictU.html

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a commercial unit of thermal conductance (heat flow). The U factor, as it is also called, is the conductance through an insulator as measured in Btu's of energy conducted times inches of thickness per hour of time per square foot of area per °F of temperature difference between the two sides of the material. The U factor is numerically equal t...
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a unit of distance used to measure the height of the standard racks in which audio, video, or computer components are mounted. 1U is equal to 1.75 inches (44.45 millimeters), so that, for example, a 2U component is 3.5 inches high, and a 22U rack houses a stack of components 38.5 inches high.
Found on http://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/units/dictU.html

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usual symbol for the enzyme unit.
Found on http://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/units/dictU.html

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German symbol for a turn or revolution (Umdrehung), usually seen in combinations such as U/min, the German equivalent of the English symbol rpm for revolutions per minute.
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U, 21st letter of the alphabet, corresponding to the Greek upsilon [Gr.,=u without the aspirate]. Until the late Middle Ages the capital was V, the minuscule u, no distinction being made between the consonantal and vocalic uses of the letter. The fixing of modern orthography, however, has restricted...
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U, honorific used in Myanmar. See second part of name (e.g., Thant, U).
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Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for unit. 2. Symbol for kilurane; uranium; uridine in polymers; uracil; urinary concentration, when followed by subscripts indicating location and chemical species.
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for internal energy.
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Is the Commodity Futures Symbol which represents the September Delivery Month.
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You
Found on http://www.netlingo.com/acronyms.php

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[Cyrillic] == History == Historically, Cyrillic U evolved as a specifically East Slavic short form of the digraph {angle bracket|оу} used in ancient Slavic texts to represent /u/. The digraph was itself a direct loan from the Greek alphabet, where the combination {angle bracket|ου} (omicron-upsilon) was also used to represent /u/. Conse...
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U (named u juː, plural ues) is the twenty-first letter in the ISO basic Latin alphabet and a vowel in the English alphabet. ==History== The letter u ultimately comes from the Semitic letter Waw by way of the letter y. See the letter y for details. During the late Middle Ages, two forms of `v` developed, which were both used for its ancestor `u......
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you
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A letter used far more in British. It is in words like colour, favour, labour etc. I think this is why UK keyboards have 102 characters on them instead of your 101, or is it because they have a pound sign on them?
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[cuneiform] The cuneiform U sign, is found in both the 14th century BC Amarna letters and the Epic of Gilgamesh. It can be used for the alphabetic u, instead of the more common 2nd u, (ú). It has two other uses, commonly. It can be used for the number 10 (especially the Amarna letters from Tushratta of Mitanni, or Burna-Buriash II the king...
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[Korean surname] ==Licensing== ...
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