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Ushi
Ushi is a village in the Aragatsotn Province of Armenia. Until the Russian conquest in 1828, Ushi was the administrative center of the Sayyidli-Aksakhali Mahal . The town contains a small 10th century chapel, and approximately 1 km outside of the village are the ruins of Saint Sargis Monastery of the 7th-13th centuries

USN (disambiguation)
USN may refer to:*United States Navy*University of Southern Nevada*University School of Nashville*IATA Code for Ulsan Airport in Ulsan, South Korea*Ubiquitous Sensor Network*USN Journal, a part of the NTFS file system

USSR (disambiguation)
USSR most commonly refers to the Soviet Union .USSR may also refer to:* The Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic * The Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic

USTA (disambiguation)
USTA may refer to:* United States Tennis Association* United States Trademark Association, the former name of the International Trademark Association * United States Telecom Association

Ustav
Ustav may refer to:* Typikon, Byzantine liturgical calendar* Uncial Cyrillic writing which was used from the 9th century to the 18th century as the main Cyrillic type. Today it is found only in Church Slavonic books.

Ustilaginaceae
The Ustilaginaceae are a family of smut fungi in the order Ustilaginomycetes. Collectively, the family contains 17 genera and 607 species.

Ustra
Ustra is a castle in the eastern Rhodope Mountains in southern Bulgaria. Its ruins lie southwest of the village of Ustren situated on a hill at approximately above sea level.

Usual
Usual may refer to:*Common*Normal*Standard

Usufruct
Usufruct is the legal right to use and derive profit or benefit from property that either belongs to another person or which is under common ownership, as long as the property is not damaged or destroyed

Usui (disambiguation)
Usui is the Japanese term for Yushui, one of 24 solar terms. It may also mean:* Usui Pass, a mountain pass between Gunma and Nagano prefectures, Japan* Usui District, Gunma, a former district in Japan* Usui, Fukuoka, a former town in Japan

Usui (surname)
Usui is a Japanese surname. It is written or , depending on the particular family. People named Usui include:*Usui Kaoru, b. 1916, photographer*Usui Mikao, 1865–1926, religious teacher, founder of Reiki*Usui Sadamitsu, warrior

Usurper
Usurper is a derogatory term used to describe either an illegitimate or controversial claimant to the power; often, but not always in a monarchy, or a person who succeeds in establishing himself as a monarch without inheriting the throne, or any other person exercising authority unconstitutionally

Usury
Usury Originally, when the charging of interest was still banned by Christian churches, usury simply meant the charging of interest at any rate . In countries where the charging of interest became acceptable, the term came to be used for interest above the rate allowed by law

USW
USW may refer to:*Ultra High Frequency, from "Ultra-shortwave"*United Steelworkers, North American labor union*Unrestricted submarine warfare* German abbreviation for "und so weiter", meaning et cetera.

UT
ut is Latin for "that" or "as" or "when"UT, U.T., or ut may stand for or refer to* UT , an adult humour comic published in the UK* Ultrasonic testing

Ut (band)
Ut originated from New York City's downtown No Wave scene in December 1978. The inheritors of the fertile collision between rock, free jazz and the avant garde that first manifested itself in the Velvet Underground, Ut soon became a serious force within the New York music scene.- History :Ut's members are Nina Canal, Jacqui Ham and Sally Young

UTA
-Computer Software Application:Unmanned Trading Application - computer application automatically generating orders to electronic financial market, also known as algorithmic trading,automated trading or black Box-Places:Italy

Utah (disambiguation)
Utah is a state in the United States.Utah may also refer to:*USS Utah , an American battleship*Utah County, Utah*University of Utah, a public university in Utah*Utah Utes, the above school's athletic program-See also:

Ute
-Tribes:*Ute people, an American Indian people now living primarily in Utah and Colorado**Southern Ute Indian Tribe of the Southern Ute Reservation, Colorado**Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation, Utah

UTE
UTE is Uruguay's government-owned power company. It was founded in 1912.In 1912, a law that created this public company as the unique distributor of electricity was approved. Then, in 1931, the monopoly of communications was also granted to this company until the founding of ANTEL in 1974.

Ute language
Colorado River Numic , of the Numic branch of the Uto-Aztecan language family, is a dialect chain that stretches from southeastern California to Colorado

Utensil
Utensil may refer to;* A kitchen utensil, one of the tools of cooking and baking -- cookware and bakeware* A tool serving a set purpose.* The Dragon Throne, also called the "divine utensil" -- the rhetorical seat of power in the Empire of China * the Royal Utensils associated with the quintet of Royal Regalia in Thailand -- see "Coronation and titles" section of

Uterine
The word uterine can refer to different meanings:* relating to or near the uterus or womb* having the same mother, but different fathers, see matrilineality

Utes
Utes may refer to:*The fictional island in ARMA 2*Ute tribe, indigenous people of North America*Students of the University of Utah*Utah Utes, athletics team of the University of Utah, named after the Ute tribe

UTF
UTF may refer to:* Several Unicode Transformation Formats** UTF-1** UTF-7** UTF-8** UTF-16** UTF-32* U.T.F. , an American comic book title

Utility
In economics, utility is a measure of customer satisfaction, referring to the total satisfaction received by a consumer from consuming a good or service.

Utilization
Utilization is a statistical concept as well as a primary business measure for the rental industry.-Queueing theory:In queueing theory, utilization is the proportion of the system's resources which is used by the traffic which arrives at it. It should be strictly less than one for the system to function well. It is usually represented by the symbol \rho

Utopia
Utopia is an ideal community or society possessing a perfect socio-politico-legal system. The word was imported from Greek by Sir Thomas More for his 1516 book Utopia, describing a fictional island in the Atlantic Ocean. The term has been used to describe both intentional communities that attempt to create an ideal society, and fictional societies portrayed in literature

Utopia (Alanis Morissette song)
"Utopia" is a Pop Rock song written by Alanis Morissette, and produced by her for her sixth album, Under Rug Swept .-Background and theme:

UTOPIA (Bioinformatics tools)
UTOPIA is a suite of free tools for visualising and analysing bioinformatics data

Utopia (Doctor Who)
"Utopia" is an episode of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It was broadcast on BBC One on 16 June 2007 and is the eleventh episode of series three of the revived Doctor Who series

Utopia (Owarai)
Utopia is the name of a veteran Japanese Owarai comedy duo. The members are nicknamed Hope and Peace as a result. They debuted in 1978 and grew famous with a skit about a teacher and student played by Hope and Peace respectively, where the teacher convinces the student to hold the end of a long rubber band in his mouth while the teacher pulls back and releases it

Utopia (Unexpect album)
Utopia is the first full-length album by Canadian avant-garde extreme metal band Unexpect. It was released in 1999 by the band itself and is recorded and mixed by the band with help of Serge Cosette.-Track listing:#"Vespers Gold" – 7:32

Utopia (Utopia album)
Utopia is the second of two self-titled albums by the rock group Utopia. It was released in 1982 . It was also their only album for Network Records.

Utrecht
Utrecht is a city in the Netherlands.The name may also refer to:* Utrecht , of which Utrecht is the capital* Utrecht , including the city of Utrecht* Bishopric of Utrecht* Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Utrecht

UTS (Mainframe UNIX)
UTS is an implementation of the UNIX operating system for IBM mainframe computers. Amdahl created the first versions of UTS, and released it in May 1981, with UTS Global later acquiring rights to the product.- Features :

Utsira (Svalbard)
Utsira is a small islet in the western part of Tusenøyane, an island group south of Edgeøya. It is named after an island in Norway.-References:* Norwegian Polar Institute

Utter (surname)
Utter is a surname, and may refer to:* Charlie Utter , American prospector* Douglas Max Utter , American painter* George H. Utter , Governor of Rhode Island

Utterance
In spoken language analysis an utterance is a complete unit of speech. It is generally but not always bounded by silence.It can be represented and delineated in written language in many ways. Note that in such areas of research utterances do not exist in written language, only their representations do

Uttermost
Uttermost was a Canadian Thoroughbred racehorse who in 1945 won the three races that would later form the official Canadian Triple Crown series.Bred and raced by liquor magnate, Harry C

Utu
Utu is the Sun god in Sumerian mythology, the son of the moon god Nanna and the goddess Ningal. His brother and sisters are Ishkur and Inanna and Erishkigal.

Utu (Maori concept)
Utu is a Māori concept of reciprocation, or balance.To retain mana, both friendly and unfriendly actions require an appropriate response - hence utu covers both the reciprocation of kind deeds, and the seeking of revenge.

UUU
UUU, Uuu, or UuU may refer to:* Uranium One, is a Canadian based uranium mining company.* Phenylalanine. The codon for it is UUU.* Unununium the former name of a chemical element now called Roentgenium .

UV (album)
Fusing breakbeat-techno and drum 'n' bass, UV was The Shamen's final studio album. UV was released in 1998 under the Moksha label.-Track listing:#"Mercury"#"Universal - 187 B.P

Uvea
The uvea , also called the uveal layer, uveal coat, uveal tract, or vascular tunic, is the pigmented middle of the three concentric layers that make up an eye. The name is possibly a reference to its reddish-blue or almost black colour, wrinkled appearance and grape-like size and shape when stripped intact from a cadaveric eye

Uwagi
An Uwagi is a kimono-like jacket worn in Japan. It is most familiar as the top half of a martial arts uniform.The third element, the obi belt, ties closed the uwagi and holds up the zubon.

UXB
UXB may refer to:* Unexploded bomb, an explosive weapon that did not explode when it was employed and still poses a risk of detonation* UXB , a punk band based in the West Midlands, England

Uxor
Uxor is the Latin for wife, often abbreviated as ux., and often used in the form "et uxor" or "et ux." to indicate a couple comprising the identified man and his otherwise-unidentified wife

Uxoricide
Uxoricide is murder of one's wife. It can refer to the act itself or the man who carries it out.- Known or suspected uxoricides:

Uyghur
Uyghur may refer to:*the Uyghur people*the Uyghur language*any of four Uyghur alphabets* the Uyghur Khaganate

Uz (son of Aram)
According to the Table of nations of Genesis 10 in the Hebrew Bible, Uz is one of the sons of Aram, son of Shem. This makes him the great-grandson of Noah.

Uzbek
Uzbek and Uzbekistani are adjectives referring to the state of Uzbekistan. As a noun, Uzbek may also refer to:* Uzbeks, an ethnic group* Uzbeg Khan, the Khan of the Golden Horde of the Mongol Empire* Uzbek cuisine* Uzbek language- See also :

Uzel (computer)
Uzel was the Soviet Union's first digital computer used on submarines, to assist in tracking multiple targets and calculate torpedo solutions. Uzel's design team was headed by two American defectors to the Soviet Union, Alfred Sarant and Joel Barr . An upgraded version of the Uzel computer is still in use on the Kilo class submarine today.

Uzel (disambiguation)
Uzel may refer to:* Uzel, a village and commune in the Côtes-d'Armor département, France* Uzel , the first digital computer used on Soviet submarines* Uzel , a tractor manufacturer in Turkey* Radim Uzel, Czech sexologist

Uzi (disambiguation)
Uzi commonly refers to an Israeli submachine gun family.Uzi may also refer to:- Music :* Uzi , a 1989 album by Muslimgauze* Uzi , album* Uzi , a 1980's band fronted by Thalia Zedek

Uzi (Japanese hip-hop artist)
Uzi is a popular Japanese hip-hop artist. He has released four major albums, most recently his “Natural 9” album released in March 2008. Uzi is one of the rappers to incorporate more overt elements of Japanese culture into his music and videos, specifically aspects referring to the samurai

Uzi (Muslimgauze album)
Uzi is an album by Muslimgauze. Although the album was only released in 12" vinyl format, the album was later coupled with The Rape of Palestine and released on CD as Uzi .-Track listing:Side A

Uzi (Pinky Ring)
"Uzi " is a song from Iron Flag, the fourth album by rap group Wu-Tang Clan. It was released as the album's first single, with an accompanying music video directed by The RZA.

Uzi (The Rape of Palestine)
Uzi is a CD compilation of the Muslimgauze albums Uzi and The Rape of Palestine. The unofficial subtitle is used to distinguish between this album and Uzi.

 
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