Uru

(from the article `Titicaca, Lake`) The remnants of an ancient people, the Uru, still live on floating mats of dried totora (a reedlike papyrus that grows in dense brakes in the marshy ... ...half the population of Bolivia are Aymara- and Quechua-speaking Indians; most of the remainder are Spanish-speaking mestizos (or mixed). In the .....
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Uru

[boat] The Uru, or `Fat Boat`, is a generic name for large Dhow-type wooden ships made in Beypore, a village south of Calicut, Kerala, in the southwestern coast of India. This type of boat has been used by the Arabs since ancient times as trading vessels, and even now, urus are being manufactured and exported to Arab nations from Beypore. T...
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URU

[Sumerogram] File:VA 7442.jpg|Line art showing use of URU, line 5. (Note: full-length middle, horizontal stroke.) ...
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Uru

The Mekanika Uru is a Brazilian blowback operated selective fire sub-machine-gun adopted by the Brazilian army in 1977. The Uru uses 17 parts, no pins and no screws and can be totally disassembled in 30 seconds. It is chambered for the 9 mm Parabellum round which it takes from a 30-round box magazine and fires at a rate of 750 rounds-per-minute or ...
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