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O
O is the fifteenth letter and a vowel in the basic modern Latin alphabet.The letter was derived from the Semitic `Ayin , which represented a consonant, probably , the sound represented by the Arabic letter ع called `Ayn. This Semitic letter in its original form seems to have been inspired by a similar Egyptian hieroglyph for "eye"

O
Ơ is one of the 12 Vietnamese language vowels. It is pronounced .This letter is not well-supported by fonts and is often typed as either o+ or o*

O
Barred O was a letter used in Janalif and other alphabets. formed the Uniform Turkic Alphabet, for example, Azerbaijani alphabet in 1929, when the languages shifted from Arabic script into Latin script

O (disambiguation)
O is the fifteenth letter of the modern Latin alphabet.O may also refer to:-Science and mathematics:*Haplogroup O , a Y-chromosomal DNA haplogroup*Big O notation, used to describe the asymptotic behavior of a function or algorithm

O (Eiko album)
O is the first full length album from Eiko Shimamiya, it includes the hit single Higurashi no Naku Koro ni . A limited edition with a DVD including the music video of Higurashi no Naku Koro ni is available

O (song)
"O" is the title of the debut single from R&B singer Omarion and the first from his album of the same name, O. The song was also included on the album Now That's What I Call Music! 18The single was a top 30 hit in the U.S., peaking at number 27

O (Tilly and the Wall album)
o is Tilly and the Wall's third studio album, released on June 17, 2008 through Team Love Records. The album was engineered and produced by Mike Mogis.The album was released on August 30, 2008 in Australia by Dew Process.-Content:

O Canada (disambiguation)
O Canada may refer to:* O Canada, the national anthem of Canada* O Canada! mon pays, mes amours, a patriotic song of 19 century* O Canada! , a film at the Canada pavilion of Epcot Center in Walt Disney World Resort

O'Che 1867
O'Che 1867 is a family-owned goldsmith and jewelry business in Macau. It was founded in 1867 . The family's history in the business spans four generations and has witnessed the city's historical changes and economic development

O'Reilly (disambiguation)
- Fictional characters :*Radar O'Reilly, character in the book, film, and television show M*A*S*H*Mr. O'Reilly, character/builder portrayed by Irish actor David Kelly on the episode "The Builders" from Fawlty Towers- Places :

O'Sullivan
O'Sullivan or simply Sullivan is an Irish surname, associated with the southwestern part of Ireland, originally found in County Tipperary before the Anglo-Norman invasion, then in County Cork and County Kerry, which due to emigration is also common in Australia, North America and Britain

O2 (FireHouse album)
O2 is the seventh album of the rock band FireHouse. It was released in 2000 and it's the only album to feature the late Bruce Waibel on bass.-Track listing:All songs written by Leverty and Snare.# "Jumpin'" - 3:44# "Take It Off" - 3:51

O2 (O-Town album)
O2 is the second and last album by O-Town, following after the success of their triple-platinum self-titled debut album. The band was on the verge of obscurity, due to the public's taste of music changing. The album became a commercial flop

OAF
The acronym OAF may refer to:*Oracle Application Framework, a software framework developed by Oracle Corporation for application development*OAF , a railway station on the Cityrail South Coast line in New South Wales

Oak
An oak is a tree or shrub in the genus Quercus , of which about 600 species exist. "Oak" may also appear in the names of species in related genera, notably Lithocarpus

Oak (producer)
Warren Okay "Oak" Felder is an Atlanta-based Turkish-American record producer. He is known as Oak and is part of a production team known as The Knightwritaz, with singers Mario, Sterling Simms, and Marsha Ambrosius of Floetry.-Production credits:

Oak Tree
Oak Tree may refer to:*Oak, the tree*Oak Tree, County Durham, a village in County Durham, England*The Oaktree Foundation, a youth-run aid and development agency*Oak Tree National, golf club in Edmond, Oklahoma

Oaken
Oaken is a small village in Staffordshire, England. The first mention of the Oaken place-name, was in 1086 when it was listed in the Domesday book as Ache. Its origin appears to be from the Old English, ācum - the oaks.

Oakley
Oakley may refer to:* Oakley, Inc., an eyewear manufacturer* Baron Oakley, a hereditary title-United Kingdom:*Oakley, Bedfordshire, England*Oakley, Buckinghamshire, England*Oakley, Dorset, England*Oakley, Fife, Scotland

Oakley (surname)
-People:*Alan Oakley , English journalist and magazine editor*Alexander Oakley , Canadian racewalker*Ann Oakley , British sociologist, feminist, and writer*Annie Oakley , American sharpshooter and exhibition shooter

OAP
OAP may refer to:*OAP Tower, or Osaka Amenity Park Tower, plaza and office developments in Japan,*Old Age Pensioner - a person who has retired, and now collects a pension*One Australia policy - a proposal in the 1980s to limit Asian immigration to Australia

OAR
Oar is a tool used for rowing a boatOAR or oar may refer to:*OAR or the Order of Augustinian Recollects - a religious order in the Roman Catholic Church founded in 1589 through the Chapter of Toledo*O.A.R

OAS
OAS or Oas may refer to:* Organization of American States, an international organization of the Americas.* Ohio Auction School, an auction school in Ohio, USA.* Old Age Security, a social security payment available to most Canadians aged 65 or older.

Oase
Oase is the newfound skull thought to be from sometime in the first 5,000 years of human habitation of Europe. It was found in a cave in southwestern Romania, with other human samples from the time. The skull has the same proportions as modern human craniums and has other features that are non-Neanderthal.

Oasen
Oasen Storsenter is a shopping centre in Karmøy, Norway, near Haugesund. In 2005 it had a turnover of 543 million Norwegian kroner. It has 76 stores, on 32,000 m² of building space . In addition to this there are 28 services within health and well-being. Oasen Storsenter was bought by Olav Thon in 1998.

Oasis (1970s group)
Oasis was an American rock band from Marin County, California, active in the 1970s. Their sound has been described as psychedelic folk rock, progressive folk and psychedelic pop, characterized by male/female harmonies

Oasis (1980s group)
Oasis was an English music group which formed in 1984. The group consisted of Peter Skellern, Julian Lloyd Webber, Mitch Dalton, Bill Lovelady and Mary Hopkin.

Oasis (drink)
Oasis is a non-carbonated bottled soft drink, which is a product of Orangina Schweppes . It originated in France by Volvic in 1966. The drink is described as a "fruit juice drink - with sugar and sweeteners".Advertising campaigns for Oasis target adults and promote the drink as an alternative to water

Oasis (Gackt song)
"Oasis" is a single released by Gackt on February 16, 2000. The song "Oasis" was used as the opening for the New Fist of the North Star OVA.-Track listing:# "Oasis"# "Uncertain Memory"# "Oasis" # "Uncertain Memory"

Oasis (horticulture)
Smithers-Oasis is a company specializing in floristry products. The company created water-absorbing foam in 1954 and leads manufacturing and marketing of various products in the global florist industry.- Wet floral foam :

Oasis (TV series)
Oasis was a short lived CITV drama series which was about a group of children who ran an inner city farm. It's best known for featuring John Simm and Dean Gaffney, who later went on to be in the BBC soap Eastenders

Oat (disambiguation)
Oat may refer to:* Oat Plural: Oats - Cereal* Ohio Achievement Test* Optometry Admission Test * Organic Anion Transporter* Oxford Aviation Training* Overseas Adventure Travel* Organic Acid Technology

Oatcake
An oatcake is a type of cracker or pancake, made from oatmeal, and sometimes flour as well. Oatcakes are cooked on a griddle or baked in an oven.- Scottish oatcakes :

Oath
An oath is either a statement of fact or a promise calling upon something or someone that the oath maker considers sacred, usually God, as a witness to the binding nature of the promise or the truth of the statement of fact. To swear is to take an oath, to make a solemn vow

OATH
Object-oriented Abstract Type Hierarchy is a class library for C++ from Texas Instruments.

Oath (horse)
Oath is a retired Thoroughbred race horse, bred in Ireland and trained in the United Kingdom, best known for winning the 1999 Epsom Derby. He was injured in his next race and never ran again. He is currently an active sire in India.

Oathbreaker
Oath Breaker may refer to:*Oath Breaker , a fantasy novel by Michelle Paver* Oathbreakers, a novel by Mercedes Lackey

Oatmeal
Oatmeal is ground oat groats , or a porridge made from oats . Oatmeal can also be ground oat, steel-cut oats, crushed oats, or rolled oats.

Oaxaca (ship)
The Oaxaca was a Mexican freighter that was sunk on July 26, 1942 by the German U-boat U-171, a type IX German U-Boat commanded by Oblt. Günther Pfeffer, a few hours after she left the port of Corpus Christi. The ship was hit by one torpedo and broke in two, sinking within three or four minutes after she was struck

Ob
Ob may refer to:* Ob River, a river in West Siberia, Russia* Ob Sea, an artificial lake on the Ob River* Ob, Russia, a town in Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia* Ob, Germany, place in Bidingen, Bavaria, Germany

OB
OB may refer to:* OB star, in astronomy, a hot, massive star of spectral types O or B* Ocean Beach, San Diego, a neighborhood of San Diego, California, United States* Odense Boldklub, a Danish football club

Oba (goddess)
In Yoruba mythology, Ọba or Obbá is the first wife of Shango, the third king of the Oyo Empire and the Yoruba Undergod of thunder and lightning. Obbá is said to be an Orisha of the river. She was the daughter of Yemaja and one of the consorts of Shango. She is said to have given her husband her ear to eat, an event which led to her eventual flight from his presence

Oba (ruler)
Oba is a West African synonym for monarch, one that is usually applied to the Yoruba and Edo rulers of the region. It is also often used by their traditional subjects to refer to other kings and queens, such as Elizabeth I of England, in their native languages.-Edo account of the word's origin:The word Oba - referring to the red

Obadiah
Obadiah is a Biblical theophorical name, meaning "servant of Yahweh" or "worshipper of Yahweh." It is related to "Abdeel", "servant of God", which is also cognate to the Arabic name "Abdullah". Turkish name Abdil or Abdi. The form of Obadiah's name used in the Septuagint is Obdios; in Latin it is Abdias

Obbligato
In classical music obbligato usually describes a musical line that is in some way indispensable in performance. Its opposite is the marking ad libitum. It can also be used, more specifically, to indicate that a passage of music was to be played exactly as written, or only by the specified instrument, without changes or omissions

Obdach
Obdach is a municipality in the district of Judenburg in Styria, Austria.

OBE (disambiguation)
OBE may stand for:* Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire* Out-of-body experience* Out-Of-Box Experience* Open Back-End, functionality in computer software* Off-budget enterprise, type of government body* Outcome-based education

Obedience
The term obedience can refer to:* Obedience ** The educational film Obedience about the Milgram experiment on obedience to authority figures* Vow of obedience as an evangelical counsel* Obedience training for dogs

Obedience (album)
Obedience is the third EP by Swedish black metal band Marduk. It was recorded and mixed at The Abyss in December 1999 and released on February 7, 2000. "Obedience" and "Funeral Bitch" were re-recorded for the band's 2001 album, La Grande Danse Macabre

Obelisco (Guatemala City)
El Obelisco or Monumento a los Próceres de la Independencia is a monument in Guatemala City, Guatemala built in 1935 under dictator Jorge Ubico and designed by Rafael Pérez De León. It commemorates the independence of Central America

Obelisk
An obelisk is a tall, four-sided, narrow tapering monument which ends in a pyramid-like shape at the top, and is said to resemble a petrified ray of the sun-disk. A pair of obelisks usually stood in front of a pylon

Obelisk (disambiguation)
Obelisk may refer to:* Obelisk, a tall, thin, four-sided, tapering monument which ends in a pyramidal top; originally from ancient Egypt* Obelisk, fictional weapon in game Command and Conquer

Ober
Ober may refer to:*the Dutch original name of the film Waiter*Frederick Albion Ober, an American writer and naturalist*Josiah Ober, an American classicist and political scientist*Ken Ober, American television host

Obey
Obey may refer to:*Obedience , the act of following instructions or recognizing someone's authority*André Obey, the 20th century French playwright*David Obey, US Congressman from Wisconsin

Obey (Brainbombs album)
Obey is the third album by Brainbombs. It was released in Sweden on CD in 1995 by Releasing Eskimo. The vinyl issue was released in the U.S. by Wabana Records in 1997

Obfuscation
Obfuscation is the hiding of intended meaning in communication, making communication confusing, wilfully ambiguous, and harder to interpret.- Background :Obfuscation may be used for many purposes

Obi
Obi may refer to:* Obi , a sash worn with a kimono or with the uniforms used by practitioners of Japanese martial arts* Obi-Wan Kenobi, fictional character from the Star Wars universe

Obi
Obi may refer to:* Obi , a sash worn with a kimono or with the uniforms used by practitioners of Japanese martial arts* Obi-Wan Kenobi, fictional character from the Star Wars universe

Obi (ruler)
Obi is the word used to describe the central building in an Igbo homestead, one used most commonly as a place for the reception of guests. As such, it can also be looked at symbolically as a metaphor for the most important part, or heart, of any given place

OBI (store)
Founded in 1970, OBI GmbH & Co. Deutschland KG is the second largest DIY retailer in Europe, and the fourth largest in the world, behind The Home Depot, Lowe's and Kingfisher plc. It is headquartered in Wermelskirchen, Germany, and belongs to the Tengelmann Group.-OBI in Europe:It formerly had operations in mainland China but these were handed over to B&Q sometime in 2007.

Obiter dictum
Obiter dictum is Latin for a statement "said in passing". An obiter dictum is a remark or observation made by a judge that, although included in the body of the court's opinion, does not form a necessary part of the court's decision

Obits
Obits are an American rock band formed in 2006 in Brooklyn, New York. The band members are veterans of other independent rock bands: Guitarist/vocalist Rick Froberg was previously a member of Pitchfork, Drive Like Jehu, and Hot Snakes, and guitarist Sohrab Habibion was a member of Edsel

Obituary (band)
Obituary is an American death metal band formed in 1984 in Tampa, Florida under the name Executioner, then changed the name's spelling to Xecutioner, and later changed their name to Obituary in 1988. The band comprises vocalist John Tardy, drummer Donald Tardy, guitarists Trevor Peres and Ralph Santolla and bassist Terry Butler

Obituary (disambiguation)
An obituary is a death notice.Obituary may also refer to:* Obituary , an American death metal band* "Obituary" , a story by Isaac Asimov* Obituary, a fictional character in the O-Force, in the Marvel Comics universe

UM Airlines
UM Airlines is an airline based in Kiev, Ukraine. It operates domestic services and services to the CIS countries and the Middle East.- History :

Umagang Kay Ganda
Umagang Kay Ganda is a morning show airing on ABS-CBN, ABS-CBN Regional Network Group, and simulcasts on ABS-CBN News Channel. Premiered on June 25, 2007, it airs every weekday mornings from 5:00 to 8:15 AM.-Synopsis:

Umbelliferone
Umbelliferone, also known as 7-hydroxycoumarin, hydrangine, skimmetine, and beta-umbelliferone, is a widespread natural product of the coumarin family. It occurs in many familiar plants from the Apiaceae family such as carrot, coriander and garden angelica, as well plants from other families such as the mouse-ear hawkweed

Umbilical cord
In placental mammals, the umbilical cord is the connecting cord from the developing embryo or fetus to the placenta

Umbra
The umbra, penumbra and antumbra are the names given to three distinct parts of a shadow, created by any light source. For a point source only the umbra is cast.These names are most often used to refer to the shadows cast by celestial bodies.

Umbrella Cockatoo
The White Cockatoo, Cacatua alba , is a medium-sized, approximately long cockatoo endemic to the islands of Halmahera, Bacan, Ternate, Tidore, Kasiruta and Mandiole in North Maluku, Indonesia. This threatened white parrot has brown or black eyes and a dark grey beak

Umbrella magnolia
Magnolia tripetala, commonely called Umbrella magnolia or simply Umbrella-tree, is a deciduous tree native to the southeastern United States in the Appalachian Mountains region. Umbrella magnolias have large shiny leaves 30-50 cm long, spreading from stout stems. In a natural setting the Umbrella magnolia can grow 15 m tall

Umbrella term
An umbrella term is a word that provides a superset or grouping of concepts that all fall under a single common category. Umbrella term is also called a hypernym. For example, cryptology is an umbrella term that encompasses cryptography and cryptanalysis, among other fields

Umeboshi
Umeboshi are pickled ume fruits common in Japan. Ume is a species of fruit-bearing tree in the genus Prunus, which is often called a plum but is actually more closely related to the apricot. Umeboshi are a popular kind of tsukemono and are extremely sour and salty

Umkhonto we Sizwe
Umkhonto we Sizwe , translated "Spear of the Nation," was the armed wing of the African National Congress which fought against the South African apartheid government. MK launched its first guerrilla attacks against government installations on 16 December 1961

Umm Qais
Umm Qais is a town in Jordan located on the site of the ruined Hellenistic-Roman city of Gadara . The town was also called Antiochia or Antiochia Semiramis and Seleucia

Umm Qasr Port
Umm Qasr Port is Iraq's only deep water port, part of the city of Umm Qasr.Iraq's second port in scale of size and goods shipped to the port of Basra, it is strategically important, located on the western edge of the al-Faw peninsula, where the mouth of the Shatt al Arab waterway enters the Persian Gulf. It is separated from the border of Kuwait by a small inlet

Umma
Umma was an ancient city in Sumer. Note that there is some scholarly debateabout the Sumerian and Akkadian names for this site.-History:

Umpire (baseball)
In baseball, the umpire is the person charged with officiating the game, including beginning and ending the game, enforcing the rules of the game and the grounds, making judgment calls on plays, and handling the disciplinary actions. The term is often shortened to the colloquial form ump

Umrao Jaan
Umrao Jaan is a 1981 Bollywood film, directed by Muzaffar Ali. It is based on the Urdu novel Umrao Jaan Ada , written by Mirza Hadi Ruswa based on the famous Lucknow courtesan

Umuahia
Umuahia is the capital of Abia State in southeastern Nigeria. Umuahia is located along the rail road that lies between Port Harcourt to Umuahia's south and Enugu city to its north. Umuahia has a population of 359,230 according to the 2006 Nigerian census. Umuahia's indigenous ethnic group are the Igbo.Umuahia is well known as being an agricultural market center since 1916

Una Kang Naging Akin
"Una Kang Naging Akin" or When You Were Mine is a Philippine drama on GMA Network. This is the tenth instalment of Sine Novela. The original movie was released in 1991. The series stars Angelika dela Cruz, Wendell Ramos, and Maxene Magalona

Unalaska, Alaska
Unalaska is a city in the Aleutians West Census Area of the Unorganized Borough of the U.S. state of Alaska. Unalaska is located on Unalaska Island and neighboring Amaknak Island in the Aleutian Islands off of mainland Alaska.

Unani
Unani-tibb or Unani Medicine also spelled Yunani Medicine means "Greek Medicine", and is a form of traditional medicine widely practiced in South Asia

Unary numeral system
The unary numeral system is the bijective base-1 numeral system. It is the simplest numeral system to represent natural numbers: in order to represent a number N, an arbitrarily chosen symbol representing 1 is repeated N times. For example, using the symbol | , the number 6 is represented as ||||||

UNC-TV
University of North Carolina Television, known on-air as UNC-TV, is a public television network in the U.S. state of North Carolina. It is operated by the University of North Carolina, with studios located at the UNC Center for Public Television at Research Triangle Park

Uncertainty principle
In quantum mechanics, the Heisenberg uncertainty principle states a fundamental limit on the accuracy with which certain pairs of physical properties of a particle, such as position and momentum, can be simultaneously known

Uncle Albert
Albert Gladstone Trotter is a fictional character from the popular BBC sitcom Only Fools and Horses. He was introduced during the fourth season as a replacement for the character of Grandad due to the death of actor Lennard Pearce

Uncle Fester
Gordon Craven, Uncle Fester, or Fester Addams, is a member of the fictional Addams Family. He was played by Jackie Coogan in the original television series, by Christopher Lloyd in the first two feature films, and by Patrick Thomas in the third, Addams Family Reunion. Finally, Michael Roberds played Fester in The New Addams Family

Uncle Scrooge
Uncle Scrooge is a comic book with the stingy Scrooge McDuck "the richest duck in the world" as the main character. The series also featured Donald Duck and his nephews as supporting characters. The first 70 issues mostly consisted of stories written and drawn by Carl Barks, the creator of Scrooge McDuck. The 71st issue had a story written by Barks and drawn by Tony Strobl

Uncle Tom
Uncle Tom is a derogatory term for a person who perceives themselves to be of low status, and is excessively subservient to perceived authority figures; particularly a black person who behaves in a subservient manner to white people.

Undercover
Being undercover is disguising one's own identity or using an assumed identity for the purposes of gaining the trust of an individual or organization to learn secret information or to gain the trust of targeted individuals in order to gain information or evidence

Underground Atlanta
Underground Atlanta is a shopping and entertainment district in the Five Points neighborhood of downtown Atlanta, Georgia, United States, near the intersection of the east and west MARTA rail lines. First opened in 1969, it takes advantage of the viaducts built over the city's many railroad tracks to accommodate later automobile traffic

Underground city, Montreal
Montreal's Underground City is the set of interconnected complexes in and around Downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Underground power station
An underground power station is a type of hydroelectric power station constructed by excavating the major components from rock, rather than the more common surface-based construction methods.

Underground Railroad
The Underground Railroad was an informal network of secret routes and safe houses used by 19th-century black slaves in the United States to escape to free states and Canada with the aid of abolitionists and allies who were sympathetic to their cause. The term is also applied to the abolitionists, both black and white, free and enslaved, who aided the fugitives

Underoath
Underoath is an American Christian metalcore band from Tampa, Florida. Founded by Dallas Taylor and Luke Morton on November 30, 1997 in Ocala, Florida, subsequently its additional members were from Tampa, Florida

Underwater Demolition Team
The Underwater Demolition Teams were an elite special-purpose force established by the United States Navy during World War II. They also served during the Korean War and the Vietnam War

Underwater explosion
An underwater explosion, also known as an UNDEX, is an explosion beneath the surface of water. The type of explosion may be chemical or nuclear

Underwater logging
Underwater logging is the process of logging trees from underwater forests. When artificial reservoirs and dams are built, large areas of forest are often inundated; although the trees die, the wood is often preserved. The trees can then be felled using special underwater machinery and floated up to the surface

Underway replenishment oiler
The underway replenishment oiler is a type of ship of the United States Navy. These oilers provide underway replenishment of fuel to U.S. Navy ships at sea and jet fuel for aircraft assigned to aircraft carriers

Underworld (film series)
Underworld is a series of vampire/werewolf films directed by Len Wiseman and Patrick Tatopoulos. The first film, Underworld, was released in 2003, and the second film, Underworld: Evolution, was released in 2006. A prequel, Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, was released on January 23, 2009

Underwriters Laboratories
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. is an independent product safety certification organization. Established in 1894, the company has its headquarters in Northbrook, Illinois. UL develops standards and test procedures for products, materials, components, assemblies, tools and equipment, chiefly dealing with product safety

Unelli
The Unelli or Veneli were one of the Armoric or maritime states of Gallia. Caesar mentions them with the Veneti, Osismi, Curiosolitae, and other maritime states

Unemployment
Unemployment , as defined by the International Labour Organization, occurs when people are without jobs and they have actively sought work within the past four weeks

Unemployment
Unemployment , as defined by the International Labour Organization, occurs when people are without jobs and they have actively sought work within the past four weeks

Unemployment Action Center
The Unemployment Action Center, sometimes abbreviated as UAC, is a non-profit organization run by students of nine law schools in the New York City area

Unemployment benefits in Sweden
Unemployment benefits in Sweden are divided into a voluntary scheme with income related compensation up to a certain level and a comprehensive scheme that provides a lower level of basic support.- History :

UNESCO
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations

Unfabulous
Unfabulous is an American children's television series that aired on Nickelodeon The series is about an "unfabulous" junior high school student, played by Emma Roberts

Unfederated Malay States
The term Unfederated Malay States was the collective name given to five British protected states in the Malay peninsula in the first half of the twentieth century. These states were Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Perlis, and Terengganu

Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer
Keyrock, known as "The Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer," was a recurring character created by Jack Handey and played by Phil Hartman on Saturday Night Live from 1991 through 1996

Ungogo
Ungogo is a Local Government Area in Kano State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the locality of Ungogo to the north of the city of Kano.It has an area of 204 km² and a population of 369,657 at the 2006 census.The postal code of the area is 700.

Unicameralism
In government, unicameralism is the practice of having one legislative or parliamentary chamber. Thus, a unicameral parliament or unicameral legislature is a legislature which consists of one chamber or house

Unicode
Unicode is a computing industry standard for the consistent encoding, representation and handling of text expressed in most of the world's writing systems

Unicode Phonetic Symbols
Unicode supports several phonetic scripts and notations through the existing writing systems and the addition of extra blocks with phonetic characters. These phonetic extras are derived of an existing script, usually Latin, Greek or Cyrillic. In Unicode there is no "IPA script"

Unicorn beetle
Dynastes tityus, the eastern Hercules beetle, is a species of rhinoceros beetle that lives in the Eastern United States. The adult's elytra are green, gray or tan, with black markings, and the whole animal, including the male's horns, may reach in length

Unidentified flying object
A term originally coined by the military, an unidentified flying object is an unusual apparent anomaly in the sky that is not readily identifiable to the observer as any known object

Unification Church
The Unification Church is a new religious movement founded by Korean religious leader Sun Myung Moon. In 1954, the Unification Church was formally and legally established in Seoul, South Korea, as The Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity . In 1994, Moon gave the church a new official name: Family Federation for World Peace and Unification

Unified field theory
In physics, a unified field theory, occasionally referred to as a uniform field theory, is a type of field theory that allows all that is usually thought of as fundamental forces and elementary particles to be written in terms of a single field. There is no accepted unified field theory, and thus remains an open line of research

Unified Modeling Language
Unified Modeling Language is a standardized general-purpose modeling language in the field of object-oriented software engineering. The standard is managed, and was created, by the Object Management Group

Uniform Crime Reports
The Uniform Crime Reports are published by the United States Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation Uniform Crime Reporting Program

Uniform distribution (continuous)
In probability theory and statistics, the continuous uniform distribution or rectangular distribution is a family of probability distributions such that for each member of the family, all intervals of the same length on the distribution's support are equally probable. The support is defined by the two parameters, a and b, which are its minimum and maximum values

Uniforms and insignia of the Schutzstaffel
The uniforms and insignia of the Schutzstaffel were paramilitary ranks and uniforms used by the SS between 1925 and 1945 to differentiate that organization from the regular German armed forces, the German state, and the Nazi Party.

Uniforms of the United States Army
The uniforms of the United States Army distinguish soldiers from other service members. The two primary uniforms are the Army Combat Uniform, used in operational environments, and the Army Service Uniform, worn during formal and ceremonial occasions.

Unilever
Unilever is a British-Dutch multinational corporation that owns many of the world's consumer product brands in foods, beverages, cleaning agents and personal care products.

UNIMAS Student Representative Council
The UNIMAS Student Representative Council is the official students' union of Universiti Malaysia Sarawak , representing the interests of its members to the university and the outside world. It is better known in UNIMAS by its acronym, MPP UNIMAS

Unimate
Unimate was the first industrial robot,which worked on a General Motors assembly line at the Inland Fisher Guide Plant in Ewing Township, New Jersey, in 1961.It was created by George Devol in the 1950s using his original patents

Unimog
Unimog is a range of multi-purpose auto four wheel drive medium trucks produced by Mercedes-Benz, a division of Daimler AG. The name Unimog is pronounced in German and is an acronym for the German "UNIversal-MOtor-Gerät", Gerät being the German word for machine or device

Uninterruptible power supply
An uninterruptible power supply, also uninterruptible power source, UPS or battery/flywheel backup, is an electrical apparatus that provides emergency power to a load when the input power source, typically mains power, fails

Union blockade
The Union Blockade, or the Blockade of the South, took place between 1861 and 1865, during the American Civil War, when the Union Navy maintained a strenuous effort on the Atlantic and Gulf Coast of the Confederate States of America designed to prevent the passage of trade goods, supplies, and arms to and from the Confederacy

Union Canal (Scotland)
The Union Canal is a 31.5-mile canal in Scotland, from Lochrin Basin, Fountainbridge, Edinburgh to Falkirk, where it meets the Forth and Clyde Canal.-Location and features:

Union Carbide
Union Carbide Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company. It currently employs more than 2,400 people. Union Carbide primarily produces chemicals and polymers that undergo one or more further conversions by customers before reaching consumers. Some are high-volume commodities and others are specialty products meeting the needs of smaller markets

Union City, New Jersey
Union City is a city in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. According to the 2010 United States Census the city had a total population of 66,455. All of the city is on land, an area of

 
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