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 (o͞o′lo͞o) or u·lo (-lō)
n. pl. u·lus or u·los
An Inuit or Yupik knife having an arched blade fixed to a central handle, used especially for skinning, chopping, and carving.

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1. (Tools) a crescent-shaped knife chiefly used by Inuit women for skinning and cleaning fish
2. (Fishing) a crescent-shaped knife chiefly used by Inuit women for skinning and cleaning fish
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Almanya'da onceleri aidiyetin bolgesel oldugunu ve milli sinir algisinin sonradan gundeme geldigini aktaran Schlink, 1980'li yillar ile ulus kavraminin yeniden ortaya ciktigini belirtiyor.