hU

<abbreviation> Dihydrouridine. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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hu

(english) A gender neutral pronoun.
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Hu

(from the article `Central Asia, history of`) From its earliest history China had to contend with barbarian pressures on its borders. The group of barbarians called the Hu played a considerable ...
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hu

(from the article `ivory carving`) ...of ivory was close at hand. At the court of the Chou dynasty (12th–3rd century ) it became fashionable for princes and high officials to carry ...
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Hu

(from the article `Wei dynasty`) ...of the empire, felt that they were being shunted aside in favour of the Chinese they had subjugated. The outrageously extravagant expenditures and ...
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Hu

[mythology] In Egyptian mythology, Hu (ḥw) is the deification of the first word, the word of creation, that Atum was said to have exclaimed upon ejaculating or, alternatively, his self-castration, in his masturbatory act of creating the Ennead. Hu is mentioned already in the Old Kingdom Pyramid texts (PT 251, PT 697) as companion of the d...
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Hu

[Sufism] Hu or Huwa is a name for God in Sufism. Literally, Arabic for `He.` In Sufism Hu or Huwa is the pronoun used with Allah or God, and is used as a name of God. Allah Hu means `God, Just He!` In Arabic Allah means God and with Hu, as an intensive added to Allah, means `God himself.` Hu is also found in the Islamic credo La Ilaha Ila A...
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Hu

[vessel] hu (Chinese: 壺; pinyin: hú) is a type of wine vessel that has an pear-shaped cross-section. Its body swells and flares into a narrow neck, creating S-shaped profile. While it is similar to you vessel, hu usually has a longer body and neck. The shape of hu probably derives from its ceramic prototype prior to the Shang dynasty (16...
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hu

a traditional Chinese unit of liquid volume. The hu contains about 51.77 liters, 13.676 U.S. gallons, or 11.389 British imperial gallons.
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HU

abbreviation: Hungary (nation near center of eastern Europe)
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HU

Acronym for heads-up.
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hu

Hey you
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HU

Hook Up
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Hu

Hu was the giver of mead and wine to man. He holds a plough to show men that the noblest of the arts is to control and to guide.
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HU

Hungary
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Hu

In British Celtic mythology, Hu was a solar culture-god, skilled in agriculture and a law-giver. He was represented as a bull dwelling in Ceugant.
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Hu

lake.
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Hu

lake.
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Hu

Oyster
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Hu

Oyster
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Hu

oyster.
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HU

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for HUNGARY.
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hu

type of ancient Chinese bronze vessel used to contain wine or water.[1 related articles]
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hU

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for dihydrouridine.
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