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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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The target area is situated within a region of known brine-hosted lithium mineralisation, URI said.
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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.
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.
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.
For 15 seconds on tonight's SportsCenter and for a few days in the local papers, URI is the story.