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bu

An obsolete unit of volume, equal to:
(1) 8 Imperial gallons (roughly 0.36 m2);
(2) 64 US pints (roughly 0.35 m2).

BU

Abbreviation for:
base-up (Optics)
Bethesda Unit
biological unit
blood unit
blood urea
Bodansky Unit
bromouracil
busulfan
burn unit

BU

1. Bodansky Unit.
2. Bromouracil.
3. Busulfan.
4. Burn unit.
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That's when Dalton Goodrich relieved Bois with Boucher and switched the 16-year old Kozlowski from right field to third.
Perhaps the most significant contribution of In the Shadow of Du Bois is its reading of The Souls of Black Folk against Douglass and vice versa.
Johnson argues that Du Bois found many of these cultural and religious resources through his participation in and study of black life.
Du Bois specified one "central paradox of the South" in Souls : "the social separation of the races.
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Du Bois as an "assistant in sociology," paying him $90 a month to study and write about "the social condition of the colored people in Philadelphia, particularly in the Seventh Ward," where one in five Blacks in the city lived.