uey


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uey

(ˈjuːɪ)
n
(Automotive Engineering) slang Austral a U-turn
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(60) "Don't Stay Out after Dark or The Ghost of See Uey Will Eat You," Chiang Rai Times (July 25, 2011), accessed February 12, 2013, http://www.chiangraitimes.com/news/1371.html.
Si la ciudad de Texcoco forma parte de la excan tlatoyan o Triple Alianza regida por el uey tlahtoani mexica, la posicion de este cronista es, a la fuerza, mas comprometida y ambigua, puesto que debe censurar la inicial resistencia texcocana a los espanoles y los castigos de Cortes, poniendo en escena el verdadero motivo de la alianza: las luchas de poder entre distintas facciones texcocanas y las disputas de familias con derecho al trono, asi como la "parcialidad" de Motecuhzoma, que tercia en la disputa eligiendo un sucesor y, por tanto, desfavoreciendo al otro.
Acknowledgements: We thank Sue Delanoy, Fleur Macqueen Smith and the staff of the Understanding the Early Years (UEY) Saskatoon study; the Saskatoon Public School Division and the Saskatoon Greater Catholic School Division for their cooperation and assistance with data collection; and Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC) for funding the UEY study.
Cautivo, el uey tlatoani funcionaba asegurando cierta proteccion (cada vez mas precaria); una vez muerto--en confusas circunstancias--la suerte de los espanoles parece estar echada.
Se realizo una evaluacion economica con el fin de cuantificar las ventajas del uso de las emulsiones de crudo dentro de la industria petrolera, Se tomo como referencia el area Urdaneta Pesado (UP) de la Unidad de Explotacion y de Yacimientos (UEY) La Salina del Distrito Maracaibo, la cual produce un crudo de 12[grados]API.
Construccion de identidades en los discursos de toma de posesion de los presidentes de Venezla uey Brasil
The senior dental officer position in a specific regional combatant command is known as Army Dental Surgeon and Chief, Dental Services in the Army Surgeon Cell (known as the UEy Dental Surgeon until the recent decision on naming conventions of Army Transformation units).
During the development of the design, the Army had used terms such as unit of employment (UEy or UEx) and unit of action (UA) to describe various units and their levels of responsibility.
There are actually two UE organizations--UEx and UEy. The UEx is "the principle war fighting headquarters of the Army, exercising operational control over brigades employed in tactical engagements," and the UEy, which focuses "primarily on the Army Component responsibilities, supporting the entire theater and the operational forces ...
While we do all these deployments and movements between installations, we are going to use this inertia to transform the Regiment in conjunction with the Army's efforts to modularize into brigade combat teams (BCTs), units of employment-tactical (UEx), and units of employment-operational (UEy).
TSC will work under the new unit of employment operational headquarters known as the UEy, with the TSC commander serving as the senior Army logistics commander in the UEy.
This will reduce the echelons above brigade to only two--units of employment-tactical (UEx) and units of employment-operational (UEy).