Uru.

Uru.

abbreviation for
(Placename) Uruguay
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Wachtel (1997) afirma que seria el ultimo testimonio de la etnia Uru. Su sistema economico asocia esencialmente la cria de animales con la agricultura de quinua.
There were three Olympians in their Oxford's crew - Canada's Beijing 2008 gold medallist Malcolm Howard and London 2012 bronze medal winners Constantine Louloudis of Great Britain and New Zealand's Storm Uru.
While the example provided in the study is about one fairly unique virtual community existing as diaspora, this book is not, in essence, about the Gathering of Uru. Instead, this book is about how to approach a subject that is at once intensely personal, intensely cultural, utterly dynamic and continually emergent.
Data services company GB Group is seeing revenues come in from its online identity validation service URU. GB has managed to grow the URU business while maintaining its net cash level at pounds 6.75 million.
Data services company GB Group is seeing revenues come in from its online identity validation service URU. This year and next are crucial because GB needs to show it can make significant profits.
Most of Benedetti's early life was spent in Montevideo, Uru. His first book of short stories, Esta manana ("This Morning"), was published in 1949 and his first novel, Quien de nosotros ("Who of Us"), in 1953.