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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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In this position, Du Bois began to depart from the mainstream of the leadership within the NAACP, resulting in Du Bois' resignation from the organization in 1934 and his departure from the editorship of Crisis.
L'Union europeenne et les Etats-Unis ont corse leur arsenal repressif sur le commerce du bois africain, mais la Chine elle continue d'ignorer superbement cette affaire de la plus haute importance pour l'environnement a l'echelle du monde.
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.
The middle chapters, "Du Bois's Counter-Sublime" and "Between the Masses and the Folk," focus on how Du Bois positions himself in relation to two previous black leaders, Alexander Crummell and John Jones.
Meddai Geraint: "Ar hap a damwain ddechreuodd eitem Bois y Loris mewn ffordd.
In nay view, these essays (in addition to Kahn's) are the most important kinds of analyses of Du Bois that should be developed further.
With such distortions created by the presence of the Veil, how might Du Bois make the reality of racial oppression clear to the readers, especially the implicit white audience addressed throughout the book?
Even through these times, Du Bois continued to advocate for equity and advancement for African Americans.