NU

abbreviation: Nicaragua (Central America nation on both Caribbean and Pacific bordered by Honduras N and Costa Rica S)
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Nu

A swirling watery chaos from which the cosmic order was produced. In the begining there was only Nu. See also the creation myths
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nu

[n] - the 13th letter of the Greek alphabet
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nu

1. Thirteenth letter of the Greek alphabet, &nu. ... 2. Symbol for kinematic viscosity; frequency; stoichiometric number. ... 3. In chemistry, denotes the position of a substituent located on the thirteenth atom from the carboxyl or other functional group. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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nu

noun the 13th letter of the Greek alphabet
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NU

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for NIUE0.
Found on http://www.duke.edu/~charvey/Classes/wpg/bfglosn.htm

Nu

(from the article `Japan`) ...fixed intervals.` Lo-lang was one of the Han colonies established in the Korean peninsula. A history of the Later (Eastern) Han ( 25–220) records ...
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nu

nu The 13th letter of the Greek alphabet, represented in the English alphabet as 'n'.
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nu

Type: Term Pronunciation: nū Definitions: 1. Thirteenth letter of the Greek alphabet, ν.
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Nu

[programming language] Nu is an interpreted object-oriented programming language, with a Lisp-like syntax, created by Tim Burks as an alternative scripting language to program Mac OS X through its Cocoa application programming interface (API). Implementations also exist for Linux, and iPhone. The language was first announced at C4, a confer...
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nu

a measure of the dispersiveness (or constringence, as it is called) of a lens or prism. If b, y, and r are the indices of refraction at blue, yellow, and red wavelengths, respectively, then the nu value is (y - 1)/(b - r). The measure is represented by the Greek letter nu, and sometimes the symbol 'nu' is used as if it were a unit, as in 65 nu.
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nu

[English words of Yiddish origin] multipurpose interjection often analogous to "well?" or "so?" (Yiddish נו nu, perhaps akin to Russian "ну"; probably not related to German dialect expression nu [short for nun=now], which might be used in the same way)
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Nu

[kana] Nu, ぬ in hiragana, or ヌ in katakana, is one of the Japanese kana each representing one mora. Both hiragana and katakana are made in two strokes and represent [nu͍]. They are both derived from the Chinese character 奴. In the Ainu language, katakana ヌ can be written as small ㇴ to represent a final n, and is interchangeable w...
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Nu

[People] International weapons are those designed and built by a conglomeration of industry and government agencies from multiple nations where no single nation had clear leadership of the project. ...
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Nu

[letter] Nu uː (uppercase Ν lowercase ν, also transcribed Ny; modern Νι ni Ni), is the 13th letter of the Greek alphabet. In the system of Greek numerals it has a value of 50. It is derived from the Phoenician letter nun . Its Latin equivalent is N, though the lowercase resembles the Roman lowercase v. The lower-case letter ν is used ...
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[mythology] Nu (uː; `watery one`), also called Nun (n or n; `inert one`) is the deification of the primordial watery abyss in Egyptian mythology. In the Ogdoad cosmogony, the word nu means `abyss`. The Ancient Egyptians envisaged the oceanic abyss of the Nun as surrounding a bubble in which the sphere of life is encapsulated, representing ...
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Nu

A prominent Chinese Rice Wine (Chinese Mijiu) its brand name in German "red girl" means. He is also known by the name Jiu Huadiao. The basic ingredients are rice and wheat, the alcohol content is 16% vol. The red color comes from Moulds Monascus purpureus, with which the fermentation (conversion of starch to sugar) of the basic substances...
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Kahlenberg is the small elevation of 332 meters above sea level in the north and within the city limits of the Austrian capital Vienna . This "mountain" was also the famous Viennese Great location &...
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nu

new
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nu

(fiery cloud) A dense, hot (sometimes incandescent) cloud of volcanic ash and gas produced in a Pelean eruption.
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Nu

Larger lunar evectional constituent. See lambda. Speed = 2T
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Nu

[cuneiform] Cuneiform sign nu is a common use syllabic, or alphabetic (for n or u). It is restricted to `nu`, but in the Epic of Gilgamesh, or elsewhere has a sumerogram (capital letter, majuscule) use NU, and probably mostly for a component in personal names (PN), god`s names, or specialized names for specific items that use sumerograms. I...
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