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Oodi or Odi is a village in Kgatleng District of Botswana. It is located 20  km north-east of Gaborone. The population was 3,440 in 2001 census.-References:

Ooh may refer to:*"Ooh!", a 2003 Hip hop soul song by Mary J. BligeOOH may refer to:*Out-of-home advertising, any type of advertising that reaches the consumer while he or she is outside the home

Ooh La La (Faces song)
"Ooh La La" is the title song to the album, a Faces song, written by Ronnie Lane and Ronnie Wood. It was Ronnie Wood, not Rod Stewart or Ronnie Lane, who sang the lead vocal for this song. Stewart did not think the song was up to his standards although both he and Lane recorded lead vocals for it

Oology is a branch of ornithology studying bird eggs, nests and breeding behavior. Oology can also refer to the hobby of collecting wild birds' eggs, sometimes called birdnesting or egging, which is now illegal in many jurisdictions.-As a science:Oology became increasingly popular in Britain and the United States during the 1800s

Oomph! is a German rock band that was formed in Wolfsburg, Germany in 1989. The band is considered to be the original Neue Deutsche Härte musical group. In the 22-year history of the band, there have been no line-up changes.-Early years :

Oost, Dutch for east, may refer to:* Jason Oost, Dutch football player* Oost, Limburg, part of the village of Oost-Maarland* Oost, North Holland, hamlet in Texel* Oost, Rijnmond, subregion of Rijnmond

Oost (Limburg)
Oost is a village in the province of Limburg in The Netherlands.It is the main part of the administrative population centre of Oost-Maarland in the municipality of Eijsden-Margraten.

Ooze may refer to:* Ooze, class of pelagic sediments, or substance in it, at bottoms of lakes or oceans* Oozes are deep ocean sediments containing at least 30% biogenous material.Published games:* Titles:** Ooze, game of Action 52 series

Oozlefinch is the unofficial historic mascot of the Air Defense Artillery – and formerly of the U.S. Army Coast Artillery Corps. Oozlefinch is portrayed as a featherless bird that flies backwards and carries weapons of the Air Defense and Coastal Artillery, most often a Nike-Hercules Missile

An op-ed, abbreviated from opposite the editorial page , is a newspaper article that expresses the opinions of a named writer who is usually unaffiliated with the newspaper's editorial board

Opal is an amorphous form of silica related to quartz, a mineraloid form, not a mineral. 3% to 21% of the total weight is water, but the content is usually between 6% to 10%. It is deposited at a relatively low temperature and may occur in the fissures of almost any kind of rock, being most commonly found with limonite, sandstone, rhyolite, marl and basalt

OPAL is a 20 megawatt pool-type nuclear research reactor that was officially opened on 20 April 2007 at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation Research Establishment at Lucas Heights, located in South Sydney, Australia.The main reactor uses are:* Irradiation of target materials to produce

Opal (band)
Opal were an American alternative/psychedelic band in the 1980s. They were part of the Paisley Underground musical style.The group formed in the mid-'80s under the name Clay Allison, featuring guitarist David Roback , bassist Kendra Smith and drummer Keith Mitchell

Opal (given name)
Opal is a feminine given name derived from the name of the gemstone opal. The gemstone is the birthstone for October. Its name is derived from the Sanskrit उपल or upala, which means "jewel

Opalescence is a type of dichroism seen in highly dispersed systems with little opacity. The material appears yellowish-red in transmitted light and blue in the scattered light perpendicular to the transmitted light. The phenomenon is named after the appearance of opals.There are different degrees of opalescent behaviour. One can still see through a slightly opalescent phase

-Track listing:Side A#"Milena Jesenska" - 5:40#"Cyst" - 4:22#"Anatomy" - 5:09#"Enfilade" - 4:54#"Afrikaner" - 1:08Side B#"Taoist" - 18:57

- Philosophy :* Openness, term being used to define the basis of how various groups and organizations operate- Mathematics :* Open problem, a well-defined problem with no known solution in science and mathematics

Open (Album)
Open is the second studio album from the Christian band yFriday. Released in 2001 the CD also contains Head Over Heels which was released as the bands only single.-Track listing:# Creator # At the Cross # Glory

Open (band)
Open is an indie Australian Pop/rock band consisting of singer Gabrielle Rogers , guitarist Daniel Pugliese and drummer Pete Neville as well as Paul Bianco on live bass and Jak Housden on production.-Background:Drummer Pete Neville has been involved in the Sydney/Australian music scene

Open (Blues Image album)
Open is Blues Image's second album and most acclaimed album, which featured the #4 hit single, "Ride Captain Ride".-Track listing:All songs by Blues Image except where noted.#"Love Is The Answer" - 2:35#"Running the Water" - 2:37#"Clean Love" - 7:49

Open (Gotthard album)
Open is the fourth studio album released by the hard rock band Gotthard.-Track listing:All songs written by Steve Lee/Leo Leoni/Chris von Rohr except where noted.# "Free and Alive" – 4:23# "Vision" – 3:57

Open (magazine)
Open is a monthly Mexican lifestyle magazine published by Editorial Metrosexual. Founded in 2005, the magazine covers different topics in each issue, such as art, cars, travel, restaurants, sex, gadgets and every other subject related to trendy men.

Open Fire
Open Fire may refer to:* Open Fire * Open Fire * Open Fire, a Ronnie Montrose album* Open Fire, a 1994 film directed by Paul Greengrass* Openfire, an XMPP server

Open Fire (Alabama Thunderpussy album)
Open Fire is the name of an album by Alabama Thunderpussy, released on March 6, 2007 on Relapse Records. It is the band's first album with new singer Kyle Thomas.The album cover, featuring a Viking swinging a flail, is a reference to Molly Hatchet

Open House
Open House may refer to:*Open house , a common school event held in the United States and Canada*Open House , a 1960 album by jazz organist Jimmy Smith*Open House , a 2004 independent film

Open House (1987 film)
Open House is a 1987 slasher film written by David Mickey Evans, produced by Sandy Cobe, directed by Jag Mundhra and stars Joseph Bottoms and Adrienne Barbeau. It was released on home video by Prism Entertainment in 1988. There is currently no DVD release for this film. The film is owned by MGM and can be watched on Netflix.Tagline: People are just dying to get in!-Plot:Dr

Open House (Canadian TV series)
Open House was a 1952 Canadian television series which presented segments of interest to women, including cooking, fabrics, interior design, exercise, fashion, books and current events. The show was originally hosted by Corinne Conley

Open House (common school event)
An "open house", or as it is more often called "Open Day", is an event held at an institution where its doors are open to the general public to allow people to have a look around it in order to gain information on it

Open House (EP)
Open House is an EP by Christian artist Jaci Velasquez. It was released on October 30, 2007.It contains a brand new Christmas song, another previously recorded, 2 traditional Holiday songs and an exclusive interview with Jaci.-Track listing:

Open Letter (To a Landlord)
"Open Letter " is a song by the New York City band Living Colour from their 1988 debut album Vivid.-Track listings:7" single# "Open Letter " — 5:30# "Cult Of Personality" — 5:0612" single

Open Mind
Open Mind may refer to:* Open Mind , 1984 album by Jean-Luc Ponty* Open Mind , American Champion racehorse* Keep Your Mind Wide Open, a 2007 song by AnnaSophia Robb* The Open Mind, a long-running public affairs talk show

Open Mind (horse)
Open Mind was an American Thoroughbred racing filly. In 1988, at two years of age, she won the Eclipse Award for American Champion Two-Year-Old Filly. In 1989, at three, she won the award as American Champion Three-Year-Old Filly

Open Sesame
Open Sesame is a children's television series composed solely of the skits and segments of the long-running American television series Sesame Street. While some countries air the American program in whole, and some create their own versions of the show, many more air this title of loosely associated skits, as Open Sesame

Open Sesame (disambiguation)
Open Sesame may refer to:* A magical phrase in the story of Ali Baba* Open Sesame * Open Sesame * Open Sesame * Open Sesame * Open Sesame

Open Sesame (Leila K song)
"Open Sesame" is a single released by Leila K in 1992 with vocals by Leila K. and Deep Fried.- Versions :# Radio Edit 3:50# Extended 8:51# Felix Remix 5:22# Bouncing Baby Remix 3:39# Karaoke Remix 3:50# Radio Edit 3:28# Album Version 8:51

Open Sesame (manga)
Open Sesame is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kawakata Kaoru and published by Kodansha. Open Sesame tells the story about amateur boxing champion Danjou Yamato, who moves to Tokyo with his family, and Maki Mogami, the daughter of a highly respected doctor, and their relationship as they transform from bitter rivals to close friends to lovers.-Plot:Danjou

Open Sesame (Shaft album)
Open Sesame is the first full-length album by Shaft. It was released in 2004 on Lil' Chief Records, although a number of the songs featured had been in the band's live set for almost a decade. The band played a show to support the launch of the album in which an attempt was made to feature as many ex-members of the band as possible

Open Sesame (Whodini album)
Open Sesame, released during 1987, was the fourth album by American hip hop group Whodini. This album spawned the single, "Be Yourself." The album was certified gold by the RIAA.- Track listing :- References :

Open Water
Open water may refer to:*Open Water : a 2003 film about a couple that were accidentally left behind by their scuba diving group*Open Water :a 2006 album by the German singer Sascha Schmitz

Open-ended may refer to:* "Open Ended," song by Sebadoh from their 1996 album Harmacy* Open-ended contract A contract with no definite time limit

Opener may refer to:* Opening batsman in the game of cricket* Conversation opener or pick-up line* Opening act, a performance by an introductory group prior to the main act* Opener , the debut album of 8mm

Opener (8mm album)
-Track listing:#"Opener" – 3:52#"Save Yourself" – 3:08#"Never Enough" – 4:15#"Nothing Left To Lose" – 3:10#"Crawl" – 4:13#"Give It Up" – 6:24

-Games:* Chess opening* Backgammon opening theory* Opening bid, a term from contract bridge-Other:* Grand opening of a business or other institution* Al-Fatiha, "The Opening", first chapter of the Qur'an

Openness is the quality of being open. It sometimes refers to a very general philosophical position from which some individuals and organizations operate, often highlighted by a decision-making process recognizing communal management by distributed stakeholders rather than a centralized authority Openness could

Opera (Budapest Metro)
Opera is a station of the yellow M1 line of the Budapest Metro, in front of the Hungarian State Opera House.

Opera (song)
"Opera", written by Buğra Uğur and Aysel Gürel, was the song performed by Çetin Alp & The Short Waves that represented Turkey at the Eurovision Song Contest 1983.

Opera glasses
Opera glasses, also known as theater binoculars or Galilean binoculars, are compact, low-power optical magnification devices, usually used at performance events, whose name is derived from traditional use at opera performances. Magnification power below 5x is usually desired in these circumstances in order to minimize image shake and maintain a large enough field of view

Opera house
An opera house is a theatre building used for opera performances that consists of a stage, an orchestra pit, audience seating, and backstage facilities for costumes and set building

Opera House (Wellington)
The Opera House is a proscenium theatre in Wellington, New Zealand located on Manners Street opposite Te Aro Park. William Pitt, the architect, was based in Melbourne, Australia, and much of the work was overseen by local architect Albert Liddy.

In mathematics, an operand is the object of a mathematical operation, a quantity on which an operation is performed.-Example :The following arithmetic expression shows an example of operators and operands:3 + 6 = 9\;

Operant conditioning
Operant conditioning is a form of psychological learning during which an individual modifies the occurrence and form of its own behavior due to the association of the behavior with a stimulus

"Operate" is a Dance-punk song written and recorded by Peaches. The song was released as a double limited vinyl A-side with "Shake Yer Dix" to promote the release of her second studio album Fatherfucker.-Song usage:

Operating system
An operating system is a set of programs that manage computer hardware resources and provide common services for application software. The operating system is the most important type of system software in a computer system

Operation may refer to:* Scientific operation* Surgery, or operation* An operation in mathematics:**Unary operation**Binary operation**Arity

In basic mathematics, an operator is a symbol or function representing a mathematical operation.In terms of vector spaces, an operator is a mapping from one vector space or module to another. Operators are of critical importance to both linear algebra and functional analysis, and they find application in many other fields of pure and applied mathematics

Operator YAPO is a portable version of the Opera web browser. It can be installed on portable data storage devices like pendrives, USB sticks and hard drives.-History:

Operator (band)
Operator is an American post-grunge band from Los Angeles, California, United States. The name Operator was used for a solo project created by Johnny Strong, an Actor/Musician/Martial Artist, who has appeared in movies such as Black Hawk Down , The Fast and the Furious, "Get Carter", and "The Glimmer Man".-History:The first Operator album, 2003's Can You Hear Me Now, was a

Operator (extension)
Operator is an extension for the Mozilla Firefox web browser. It parses and acts upon a number of microformats, as well as validating them.Operator lets the user access microformats through a number of methods, all of which are optional: a toolbar, a toolbar button, a status bar icon, a location bar icon, or a sidebar.It has native support for several microformats:*adr Operator is an extension for the Mozilla Firefox web browser. It parses and acts upon a number of microformats, as well as validating them.Operator lets the user access microformats through a number of methods, all of which are optional: a toolbar, a toolbar button, a status bar icon, a location bar icon, or a sidebar.It has native support for several microformats:*adr () Operator is an extension for the Mozilla Firefox web browser. It parses and acts upon a number of microformats, as well as validating them.Operator lets the user access microformats through a number of methods, all of which are optional: a toolbar, a toolbar button, a status bar icon, a location bar icon, or a sidebar.It has native support for several microformats:*adr () (postal

Operator (linguistics)
In linguistics, an operator is a special variety of determiner including the visible interrogatives, the quantifiers, and the hypothetical invisible pronoun denoted Op

Operator (profession)
An operator is a professional designation used in various industries, including broadcasting , computing, customer service, physics, and construction. Operators are day-to-day end users of systems, that may or may not be mission-critical, but are typically managed and maintained by technicians or engineers

Operator (song)
"Operator" is a Motown song recorded by Motown vocalists Mary Wells and Brenda Holloway. The Wells version was the b-side to her top ten hit, "Two Lovers" while Holloway's was issued as a single in 1965.-Song information:

Operator (sternwheeler)
The Operator sternwheeler was one of five sternwheelers built for the use on the Skeena River by Foley, Welch and Stewart for construction work on the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. The other four were the Conveyor, the Skeena, the Distributor and the Omineca

Operculum may refer to:*Operculum , a stiff structure resembling a lid or a small door that opens and closes**Operculum , a lid on the shell of some gastropods**Operculum , a lid on the orifice of some bryozoans

Operculum (bryozoa)
In the bryozoan order Cheilostomata, the operculum is a calcareous or chitinous lid-like structure that protects the opening through which the polypide protrudes.

Operetta is a genre of light opera, light in terms both of music and subject matter. It is also closely related, in English-language works, to forms of musical theatre.-Origins:

USS Somers (1842)
The second USS Somers was a brig in the United States Navy during the Mexican-American War, infamous for being the only U.S. Navy ship to undergo a mutiny which led to executions.

USS Spartanburg County (LST-1192)
USS Spartanburg County was a United States Navy Newport class tank landing ship.Spartanburg County was named after a county in South Carolina. She was laid down on February 7, 1970 at San Diego, California, by the National Steel and Shipbuilding Company; launched on November 7, 1970; sponsored by Mrs

USS St. Lo (CVE-63)
USS St. Lo was a of the United States Navy during World War II. On 25 October 1944, St. Lo became the first major warship to sink as the result of a kamikaze attack. The attack occurred during the Battle of Leyte Gulf.St

USS Stark (FFG-31)
USS Stark , 23rd ship of the Oliver Hazard Perry class of guided-missile frigates, was named for Admiral Harold Rainsford Stark .

USS Stephen Potter (DD-538)
USS Stephen Potter , a , was a ship of the United States Navy named for Ensign Stephen Potter , a naval aviator during World War I.

USS Tarpon (SS-175)
USS Tarpon , second ship of this name, was laid down on 22 December 1933 at Groton, Connecticut, by the Electric Boat Corporation; launched on 4 September 1935; sponsored by Miss Eleanore Katherine Roosevelt, daughter of Assistant Secretary of the Navy Henry L. Roosevelt; and commissioned on 12 March 1936, Lt. Leo L

USS Taylor (DD-468)
USS Taylor was a Fletcher-class destroyer of the United States Navy, named for Rear Admiral William Rogers Taylor . She was laid down on 28 August 1941 at Bath, Maine, by the Bath Iron Works Corp.; launched on 7 June 1942, sponsored by Mrs. H. A

USS Teton (AGC-14)
USS Teton was a Mount McKinley-class amphibious force command ship in the United States Navy.-Commissioning and 1944:Teton was laid down under Maritime Commission contract as Water Witch on 9 November 1943 by the North Carolina Shipbuilding Company in Wilmington, North Carolina; launched on 5 February 1944, sponsored by Mrs. C. E

USS Theenim (AKA-63)
USS Theenim was an Andromeda class attack cargo ship said to be named after a star in the constellation Eridanus. Theenim was one of a handful of AKA's manned by a Coast Guard crew in World War II

USS Toledo (SSN-769)
USS Toledo , a , was the third ship of the United States Navy to be named for Toledo, Ohio. The contract to build her was awarded to Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company in Newport News, Virginia on 10 June 1988 and her keel was laid down on 6 May 1991. She was launched on 28 August 1993 sponsored by Mrs

USS Tucker (DD-374)
The second USS Tucker was a Mahan-class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II. She was named for Samuel Tucker.-History:

USS Tunny (SS-282)
The USS Tunny was a Gato-class submarine which saw service in World War II and in the Vietnam War. Tunny received nine battle stars and two Presidential Unit Citations for her World War II service and five battle stars for her operations during the Vietnam War.Tunny was the first submarine of the United States Navy to be named for the tunny, any

USS Turner Joy (DD-951)
USS Turner Joy was one of 18 s of the United States Navy. She was named for Admiral Charles Turner Joy USN . Commissioned in 1959, she spent her entire career in the Pacific

USS Valcour (AVP-55)
USS Valcour , later AGF-1, was a United States Navy ship in commission as a seaplane tender from 1946 to 1965 and as a flagship from 1965 to 1973.- Construction and commissioning :

USS Vincennes (CA-44)
USS Vincennes was a United States Navy New Orleans-class heavy cruiser sunk at the Battle of Savo Island in 1942. She was the second ship to bear the name.

USS Vinton (AKA-83)
USS Vinton was a of the United States Navy named after Vinton County, Ohio. She was designed to carry military cargo and landing craft, and to use the latter to land weapons, supplies, and Marines on enemy shores during amphibious operations

USS Warrington (DD-843)
USS Warrington was a destroyer that served the U.S. Navy from the end of World War II to the Vietnam War, when she was damaged by two underwater explosions, causing her to be listed as “beyond repair” and excessed to the Navy of the Republic of China.-Built in Bath, Maine:The third U.S

USS Wasp (CV-7)
USS Wasp was a United States Navy aircraft carrier. The eighth Navy ship of that name, she was the sole ship of her class. Built to use up the remaining tonnage allowed to the U.S. for aircraft carriers under the treaties of the time, she was built on a reduced-size version of the Yorktown-class hull.-Design:Wasp was a product of the Washington Naval Treaty

USS West Virginia (BB-48)
USS West Virginia , a , was the second ship of the United States Navy named in honor of the 35th state.Her keel was laid down on 12 April 1920 by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company of Newport News, Virginia. She was launched on 17 November 1921 sponsored by Miss Alice Wright Mann, daughter of Isaac T

USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG-81)
USS Winston S. Churchill is an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer of the United States Navy. She is the 31st destroyer of a planned 62-ship class. The Churchill is named after the

USS Wolverine (IX-64)
USS Wolverine was a freshwater aircraft carrier of the United States Navy during World War II. She had been converted from a paddlewheeler coal-burning steamer to be used for advanced training for naval aviators in carrier take-offs and landings.

USS Wood County (LST-1178)
USS Wood County was a built for the United States Navy during the late 1950s. Named after counties in Ohio, Texas, West Virginia, and Wisconsin, she was the only U.S

USS Yancey (AKA-93)
USS Yancey was an built by the Moore Dry Dock Company of Oakland, California for the United States Navy during World War II. The ship was named in honor of Yancey County, North Carolina.

USS Yorktown (CV-10)
USS Yorktown is one of 24 s built during World War II for the United States Navy. She is named after the Battle of Yorktown of the American Revolutionary War, and is the fourth U.S. Navy ship to bear the name

USS Yorktown (CV-5)
was an aircraft carrier commissioned in the United States Navy from 1937 until she was sunk at the Battle of Midway in June 1942. She was named after the Battle of Yorktown in 1781 and the lead ship of the Yorktown class which was designed after lessons learned from operations with the large converted battlecruiser Lexington class and the smaller purpose-built

UST Inc.
UST Inc. was a holding company whose subsidiaries included U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company and International Wine & Spirits Ltd., which in turn is a holding company of Chateau Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, a vintner of premium wines. On January 6, 2009 UST Inc. was purchased by Altria.UST was founded as the United States Tobacco Co. in 1911, and created the holding company in 1986

Ustad Mansur
Ustad Mansur was a seventeenth century Mughal painter and court artist of Jehangir who specialised in depicting plants and animals.-Life and works:

Ustinov College
Ustinov College is the largest college of Durham University. Founded as the Graduate Society in 1965, it became a college in 2003 and was named after the university's then chancellor, the late Sir Peter Ustinov. It is located at the Howlands Farm site at the top of Elvet Hill.-History:In 1965, Professor W. B

Utah is a state in the Western United States. It was the 45th state to join the Union, on January 4, 1896. Approximately 80% of Utah's 2,763,885 people live along the Wasatch Front, centering on Salt Lake City. This leaves vast expanses of the state nearly uninhabited, making the population the sixth most urbanized in the U.S

Utah Beach
Utah Beach was the code name for the right flank, or westernmost, of the Allied landing beaches during the D-Day invasion of Normandy, as part of Operation Overlord on 6 June 1944

Utah Highway Patrol
The Utah Highway Patrol is the functional equivalent of the state police for Utah. Its sworn members, known as Troopers are certified law enforcement officers and have statewide jurisdiction

Utah State Capitol
The Utah State Capitol is the house of government for the U.S. state of Utah. The building houses the chambers of the Utah State Legislature, the offices of the Governor of Utah and Lieutenant Governor of Utah, along with other supporting offices for the Government of Utah

Utah Transit Authority
The Utah Transit Authority operates a public transportation system throughout the Wasatch Front of Utah, United States. It operates fixed route buses, express buses, ski buses, three light rail lines , and a commuter rail line from Salt Lake City to Pleasant View, north of Ogden. UTA is based in South Salt Lake, where it also maintains a bus garage

Ute Tribe
The Ute are an American Indian people now living primarily in Utah and Colorado. There are three Ute tribal reservations: Uintah-Ouray in northeastern Utah ; Southern Ute in Colorado ; and Ute Mountain which primarily lies in Colorado, but extends to Utah and New Mexico . The name of the state of Utah was derived from the name Ute

Uterine artery embolization
Uterine artery embolization is a procedure where an interventional radiologist uses a catheter to deliver small particles that block the blood supply to the uterine body

The uterus or womb is a major female hormone-responsive reproductive sex organ of most mammals including humans. One end, the cervix, opens into the vagina, while the other is connected to one or both fallopian tubes, depending on the species

Utica, Indiana
Utica is a town in Utica Township, Clark County, Indiana, United States. The population was 776 at the 2010 census.- History :Between 1794-1825, Utica was a popular ferry crossing, as ferry crossings were considered too dangerous at Jeffersonville, due to inexperienced ferry operators and the Falls of the Ohio

Utica, New York
Utica is a city in and the county seat of Oneida County, New York, United States. The population was 62,235 at the 2010 census, an increase of 2.6% from the 2000 census.

Utilitarian Bioethics
Utilitarian bioethics is a branch of utilitarian ethics and bioethics that recommends directing medical resources where they will have most long-term effect for good.

Utilitarianism is an ethical theory holding that the proper course of action is the one that maximizes the overall "happiness", by whatever means necessary. It is thus a form of consequentialism, meaning that the moral worth of an action is determined only by its resulting outcome, and that one can only weigh the morality of an action after knowing all its consequences

Utility pole
A utility pole is a pole used to support overhead power lines and various other public utilities, such as cable, fibre optic cable, and related equipment such as transformers and street lights. It can be referred to as a telephone pole, power pole, hydro pole, telegraph pole, or telegraph post, depending on its application

Utility submeter
Utility Submetering is the implementation of a system that allows a landlord, property management firm, condominium association, homeowners association, or other multi-tenant property to bill tenants for individual measured utility usage

Utopia, Northern Territory
Utopia is an Aboriginal homeland formed in November 1978 by the amalgamation of the former Utopia pastoral lease with a tract of unalienated land to its north. It covers an area of 3500 square kilometres, transected by the Sandover River, and lies on a traditional boundary of the Alyawarra and Anmatjirra people, the two language groups which predominate there today

Utopian socialism
Utopian socialism is a term used to define the first currents of modern socialist thought as exemplified by the work of Saint-Simon, Charles Fourier, and Robert Owen which inspired Karl Marx and other early socialists and were looked on favorably

Utpal Dutt
Utpal Dutt was an Indian actor, director, and writer-playwright. He was primarily an actor in Bengali Theatre, where he became a pioneering figure in Modern Indian theatre, when he founded the 'Little Theater Group' in 1947, which enacted many English, Shakespearean and Brecht plays, in a period now known as the 'Epic theater' period, before emerging

Utrecht School of the Arts
The Utrecht School of the Arts is a performing arts and visual arts educational institution in Utrecht, Netherlands. The institution has 570 teachers and staff members

Utricularia alpina
Utricularia alpina is a medium-sized terrestrial or epiphytic, perennial carnivorous plant that belongs to the genus Utricularia. U. alpina is native to the Antilles and northern South America, where it is found in Brazil, Colombia, Guyana, and Venezuela

Uttar Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh abbreviation U.P. , is a state located in the northern part of India. With a population of over 200 million people, it is India's most populous state, as well as the world's most populous sub-national entity

Uttara Kannada
Uttara Kannada also known as North Canara or North Kanara, is a district in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. It is bordered by the state of Goa and Belgaum District to the north, Dharwad District and Haveri District to the east, Shimoga District and Udupi District to the south and the Arabian Sea to the west

UV index
The ultraviolet index or UV Index is an international standard measurement of the strength of the ultraviolet radiation from the sun at a particular place on a particular day

Uva Province
Uva is Sri Lanka's second least populated province, with 1,187,335 people, created in 1896. It consists of two districts: Badulla බදුල්ල பதுளை and Moneragala මොනරාගල மொனராகல. The provincial capital is Badulla. Uva is bordered by Eastern, Southern and Central provinces

The palatine uvula, usually referred to as simply the uvula , is the conic projection from the posterior edge of the middle of the soft palate, composed of connective tissue containing a number of racemose glands, and some muscular fibers .-Function in language:The uvula plays a role in the articulation of some sounds of the human voice

Uxmal was dominant from 875 to 900 CE. The site appears to have been the capital of a regional state in the Puuc region from 850-950 CE. The Maya dynasty expanded their dominion over their neighbors. This prominence didn't last long

Uzbek language
Uzbek is a Turkic language and the official language of Uzbekistan. It has about 25.5 million native speakers, and it is spoken by the Uzbeks in Uzbekistan and elsewhere in Central Asia

Uzbekistan , officially the Republic of Uzbekistan is a doubly landlocked country in Central Asia and one of the six independent Turkic states. It shares borders with Kazakhstan to the west and to the north, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to the east, and Afghanistan and Turkmenistan to the south. Prior to 1991, it was part of the Soviet Union

According to the Torah, Uzziel |El]] is my strength or God is my strength) was the father of Mishael, Elzaphan, and Zithri, and was a son of Kohath and grandson of Levi, consequently being the brother of Amram and uncle of Aaron, Miriam, and Moses

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