Utu


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utu

(ˈuːtuː)
n
1. (Commerce) compensation or reward
2. revenge or retribution
3. (Commerce) payment, price, or money
[Māori]
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Noun1.Utu - sun god; counterpart of Akkadian Shamash
Sumer - an area in the southern region of Babylonia in present-day Iraq; site of the Sumerian civilization of city-states that flowered during the third millennium BC
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Early chapters sequentially detail the Utus' denial, then gradual acceptance, of their baffling loss, but most of books 1-3 offer nonchronological snapshots of the Utus, with Paul, their wunderkind, engaged in family activities--watching a favorite television show, pillow fighting, reading a newspaper.
Beijer Electronics (STO:BELE) announced on Tuesday that it has signed an agreement for the sale of its Finnish business to UTU, with the deal scheduled to close at year-end.
Utu Acts Utu accepted his Utu accepted his Utu accepted his tears / tears.
The agreement with the Cleveland-based UTU follows the accord reached in January with the other unions, which averted a strike that could have disrupted Washington-based Amtrak's trains as well as commuter rail services that use its lines.
The bargaining impasse between the UTU and CP/Soo had lasted so long that what had been the last chapter of the 1988 round of bargaining had become the first chapter of the 1995 round.
Enlil married Ninlil, who bore him three gods of the underworld (Nergal, Ninazu, and an unknown god) and Nanna, the moon, who in turn became the father of Utu, the sun.
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UTU general secretary Avril Hall Callaghan branded his new plan to "replace the existing five education and library boards with a single body" as "ESA-lite".