Anu


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Anu

(ˈɑːnuː)
n
(Other Non-Christian Religious Writings) Babylonian myth the sky god

ANU

abbreviation for
(Education) Australian National University
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Noun1.Anu - Babylonian god of the sky; one of the supreme triad including Bel and Ea
Babylon - the chief city of ancient Mesopotamia and capital of the ancient kingdom of Babylonia
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He had a large pair of bellows, with a long slender muzzle of ivory: this he conveyed eight inches up the anus, and drawing in the wind, he affirmed he could make the guts as lank as a dried bladder.
The sperm whale, as with all other species of the Leviathan, but unlike most other fish, breeds indifferently at all seasons; after a gestation which may probably be set down at nine months, producing but one at a time; though in some few known instances giving birth to an Esau and Jacob: -- a contingency provided for in suckling by two teats, curiously situated, one on each side of the anus; but the breasts themselves extend upwards from that.
Set for a summer 2020 release, the film is to be directed by Anu Menon of 'London, Paris, New York' and 'Four More Shots Please!' fame, and produced by Vikram Malhotra-led Abundantia Entertainment.
The Shakuntala Devi biopic will be helmed by Anu Menon and produced by Vikram Malhotra.
'The members of the loyalty program willing to take advantage of the reward are expected to download the Anu plus app on google play, IOS, book a ride with the phone number with which they registered for Dana Miles and with their boarding pass to get an instant discount.
According to a news release by the university, the researchers at ANU used data from multiple satellites to measure underground water in the earth with a high level of precision.
Multiple allegations of sexual misconduct have been made against music composer Anu Malik.
In order to illuminate the revival of worship of the god Anu in the southern Mesopotamian city of Uruk, where the goddess Inanna/Ishtar had long dominated, Krul focuses on a text known to Assyriologists as TU 41.
This also helped with its detection as light waves from the black hole red-shifted during their long journey to Earth, allowing the astronomers to use ANU's SkyMapper telescope to detect them in near-infrared.
Anu will also explain how Finnish farmers manage to grow 13t DM/ ha in just five months!
Brief scores: Women's Cricket Sohar 152-4 in 20 overs (Anu 65 n.o., Kavita 27) lost to ISG 153-3 in 19.3 overs (Akshara 55 n.o., Nayan 25, Saya 21 n.o.).