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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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De l'autre cote la Chine, oo les capitaux ne manquent pas et qui a le monopole sur le bois africain, dicte ses conditions aux exploitants africains.
Living at home during her college years, Du Bois attended Barnard.
Interestingly, the night before the March on Washington, Du Bois sat down in his library in Accra and wrote Dr King a letter praising his courage and leadership.
She started with the historic Tindley Temple United Methodist Church, formerly known as Bainbridge Street Methodist Episcopal Church when Du Bois visited.
A wild pitch advanced the runners and Joey Given walked to load the bases, but Bois (5 strikeouts) got Pat Holden to pop up to catcher Drew Goodrich.
Gooding-Williams then charts Du Bois's relation to the human sciences, or Geisteswissenschaften, and the influence of such German thinkers as Wilhelm Dilthey and Georg Simmel.
Meddai Geraint: "Ar hap a damwain ddechreuodd eitem Bois y Loris mewn ffordd.
Du Bois" is the most straightforward dissent from the general theme of the book to reclaim Du Bois as a religious thinker.
Alridge further shares Du Bois' quest to educate classes of race in the South, believing that economic growth would only stem from an educated citizenry.
Stone Energy Corporation (NYSE:SGY), a US-based company that explores for oil and gas, has completed an acquisition of Bois d'Arc Energy, Inc (NYSE:BDE) (Bois d'Arc).