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URI

abbr.
uniform resource identifier

Uri

(German ˈuːri)
n
(Placename) one of the original three cantons of Switzerland, in the centre of the country: mainly German-speaking and Roman Catholic. Capital: Altdorf. Pop: 35 200 (2002 est). Area: 1075 sq km (415 sq miles)

U•ri

(ˈʊər i)

n.
a canton in central Switzerland. 35,876; 415 sq. mi. (1075 sq. km). Cap.: Altdorf.
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While URI looks for devices with resale value among the equipment it receives, the company also operates shredders.
While ongoing antibiotic therapy appears to increase the chances that an acne patient will develop a URI, the development of similar infections in household contacts is most likely due to direct transmission of the pathogen and not to any increased susceptibility related to the patient's antibiotic use, as some have hypothesized.
URI is located in Narragansett, a town that is only a 15-minute drive from the Newport, the tony tourist destination known as the millionaires' playground of the East Coast--and in more recent years, as a party town for college kids.
URI is the honorary vice president of the Royal Hospital for Children in Bristol and of the Royal Berkshire Hospital, close to his Thames-side mansion.
The principles include, "The URI is a bridge-building organization, not a religion," and "We practice healing and reconciliation to resolve conflict without resorting to violence," and "Members of the URI shall not be coerced to participate in any ritual or be proselytized.
But the URI search committee spent so much time on the details, it missed the overall picture.
When the reverse stock split becomes effective, every ten shares of issued and outstanding URI common stock will be combined into one issued and outstanding share of common stock with no changes to the par value of the shares.
With a national call for more fully prepared nurses, URI is answering that demand with an innovative and cost effective program," said Mary Sullivan, interim Dean of the College of Nursing.
URI plans to purchase and renovate two buildings to create 64 apartments for victims of domestic violence and provide meeting and office space to accommodate support programs.
Then came the complication: the school's earlier decision to build a 9,000-seat Convocation Center meant that its opening in June 2002 would put URI completely over its parking capacity.