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U and non-U English U and non-U English usage, with U standing for upper class, and non-U representing the rest, were part of the terminology of popular discourse of social dialects (sociolects) in 1950s Britain and the northeast United States.
U and V class destroyer The U and V class was a class of sixteen destroyers of the Royal Navy launched in 1942â€“1943. They were constructed in two flotillas, each with names beginning with "U-" or "V-", although there was a return to pre-war practice of naming the designated flotilla leader after a famous naval figure from history, to honour the lost ships Grenville and Hardy.
U Can Do IT U Can Do IT is a London-based charity which provides one-to-one tuition in Information Technology to people with disabilities. The charity currently provides a service in Greater London (within the M25), Milton Keynes, Neath (South Wales), Merseyside and Blackpool, Edinburgh, and Kent.
U Can Never B2 Straight U Can Never B2 Straight is a 2002 acoustic album by 80's pop superstar Boy George. The album includes songs from George's London play Taboo (musical), as well as other songs from other solo albums, such as Cheapness and Beauty.
U Can't Touch This "U Can't Touch This" was American rapper MC Hammer's most successful single. It propelled sales of its album, Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em which became the biggest-selling rap album of all time, selling ten million copies The song heavily samples Rick James]'s "[[Super Freak"; Rick James is credited as a co-author.
U Don't Have To Call "U Don't Have To Call" is a 2001 single from Usher's 2001 album 8701. It was the third US single from the album and the fifth UK single, peaking at number 3 the United States Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
U Don't Know Me "U Don't Know Me (Like U Used To)" is an R&B song written by American singer-songwriter Brandy Norwood, Rodney Jerkins, Isaac Phillips, Paris Davis, and Sean Bryant for Brandy's sophomore studio album Never Say Never (1998). Produced by Darkchild, the song was released as the album's sixth and final single in fall 1999.
U Got It Bad "U Got It Bad" is a 2001 single from Usher's 2001 album 8701. It was the second US single from the album and the third international single, reaching number 1 on the United States Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart, and reaching the top 5 in the United Kingdom and Australia.
U Got the Look "U Got the Look" opens the second disc of Prince's 1987 double album Sign â€śâ®â€ť the Times and became the album's highest charting single. Musically, the song is standard 12-bar blues number with emphasis on drumming by Sheila E.
U interface U interface: For basic-rate access in an Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) environment, a user-to-network interface reference point that is characterized by the use of a 2-wire-loop transmission system that (a) conveys information between the 4-wire user-to-network interface, i.e.
U K Sinha U K Sinha is currently the Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) of the Unit Trust of India Asset Management Company (UTIAMC), commonly referred to as UTI Mutual Fund. He is a member of the Indian Administrative Services (IAS), belonging to the Bihar Cardre.
U Khandi Khandi U (1868 - 1949) - A Burmese hermit (Ya-thay-gyi U Khandi) was well-known in Burma due to his works on Buddhist Pagodas and other Religious Buildings in Burma (Myanmar). U Khandi maintained Mandalay Mountain and organized many religious activities for 40 years.
U Nu U Nu (; ; otherwise known as Thakin Nu; 25 May 1907 - 14 February 1995) was a Burmese nationalist and political figure. He was the first Prime Minister of Burma serving in that post under the provisions of the 1947 Burmese Constitution from 4 January 1948 to 12 June 1956, again from 28 February 1957 to 28 October 1958, and finally between 4 April 1960 to 2 March 1962.
U R The One U R The One is a rap song by D12 from D12 World. This is the lightest song the group ever released (by light meaning less violent lyrics and not dark as How Come) The song is the other non-commercially recognized song along with Git Up.
U Saw U Saw aka Galon U Saw (1900â€“1948) was a leading Burmese politician and Prime Minister during the colonial era before the Second World War. He was however best known for his part in the assassination of Burma's national hero Aung San and other independence leaders in July 1947, only months before Burma gained independence from Britain in January 1948.
U Should've Known Better "U Should've Known Better" is a R&B song written by American singer-songwriter Monica, Jermaine Dupri and Bryan Michael Cox for Monica's third studio album After the Storm (2003). Originally meant to be part of the album's original version, All Eyez on Me, the song also was co-produced by Dupri and Cox in early 2002.
U Thant U Thant (; 22 January 1909 â€“ 25 November 1974) was a Burmese diplomat and the third Secretary-General of the United Nations, from 1961 to 1971. He was chosen for the post when his predecessor Dag HammarskjĂ¶ld was killed in an air crash in September 1961.
U Thant Island U Thant Island, or officially Belmont Island, is a tiny 100 x 200 foot (30 x 60 metre) artificial island in New York City's East River, just to the south of Roosevelt Island. It lies across from United Nations headquarters at 42nd Street, and is legally considered a part of the Borough of Manhattan and New York County.
U Thong Style The U Thong Style is one of the definitive styles for Buddha icons. There are three distinct periods for the style, 12th to 13th century, 13th to 14th century and 13th to the 15th century, with some obvious overlap.
U Turn U Turn is a 1997 film directed by Oliver Stone, based on the book by John Ridley. It stars Sean Penn, Billy Bob Thornton, Jennifer Lopez, Jon Voight, Powers Boothe, Joaquin Phoenix, Claire Danes and Nick Nolte.
U Win Tin U Win Tin (born March 12, 1929) is being held prisoner in Burma (Myanmar) because of his senior position in the National League for Democracy (NLD) and for his writings. Arrested in July 1989, he has spent the last 17 years in prison.
U'wa people The U'wa people (also known as the Tunebo people) are an indigenous people living in the cloudforests of northeast Colombia. Historically, the U'wa numbered as many as 20,000, over a homeland that extended across the Venezuela-Colombia border.
U-571 (film) U-571 is a 2000 movie directed by Jonathan Mostow, and starring Matthew McConaughey, Bill Paxton, Harvey Keitel, Jon Bon Jovi, Jack Noseworthy, Will Estes, and Tom Guiry. In the movie, a German submarine is boarded in 1942 by disguised American submariners seeking to capture its Enigma cipher machine.
U-A U-A was the official call-sign of one of fourteen U-Boats that made up the Foreign U-Boats of the Nazi German Kriegsmarine during World War II. The Foreign U-Boats were fashioned from captured submarines of other countries, modified, and then deployed with German crews to function as a normal U-Boat.
U-boat U-boat is the anglicization of the German word , itself an abbreviation of Unterseeboot (undersea boat). The primary targets of the U-boat campaigns in both world wars were the merchant convoys bringing supplies from Canada and the United States to Europe.
U-Bahn U-Bahn is the German abbreviation for Untergrundbahn ("underground railway"), referring to a means of urban rapid transit, known internationally as a "subway", "underground" or "metro". The term was created at the beginning of the 20th century in Berlin, where the Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft ("German state railway company") (predecessor of today's Deutsche Bahn) created a system of urban and suburban railway lines with fast electric trains with short stopping intervals, called the S-Bahn (Schnellbahn, "rapid railway").
U-commerce U-commerce is a term coined by Richard Watson to describe "the use of ubiquitous networks to support personalized and uninterrupted communications and transactions between an organization and its various stakeholders to provide a level of value over, above, and beyond traditional commerce" (Watson et al. 2002).
U-duality U-duality is a symmetry of string theory or M-theory combining S-duality and T-duality transformations. The term is most often met in the context of the "U-duality (symmetry) group" of M-theory as defined on a particular background space (topological manifold).
U-Foes U-Foes is the name of a Marvel comic book supervillain team that gained their superpowers by taking a cue from the Fantastic Four and going up into outer space, and getting hit by cosmic rays. The supervillains battled The Avengers, and were a frequent threat to the The Incredible Hulk due to Bruce Banner having brought their ship down while it was exposed to the rays, as they believe they could have gained more power without Banner's interference.
U-Force The U-Force is an accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System made by BrĂ¸derbund. It employed 2 large infrared sensors and a series of switches allowing the user to program it to recognize movements across the sensors as button presses and send those corresponding signals to the NES.
U-Go Girl U-Go Girl (Edie Sawyer), was a fictional character from the Marvel Comics universe, and a member of the superhero team X-Force, as well as X-Statix. She first appeared in X-Force #116 and was created by Peter Milligan and Mike Allred.
U-God U-God (born Lamont Hawkins, November 10, 1970 in Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York, USA) is an American rapper and member of the hip hop collective, Wu-Tang Clan. Though not as well known as other Clan members such as Method Man and Ol' Dirty Bastard, he has been with the group since not long after its inception, and released his debut solo album Golden Arms Redemption in 1999.
U-Haul lesbian In North American lesbian popular culture, the term U-Haul (named after the brand of rental "move yourself" trucks and equipment) is gay slang for a relationship that progresses very quickly, for example moving in together after only a short period of time -- a pattern stereotypically attributed to relationships between two women. Metro Weekly Houston Voice The reference to a "U-Haul" in the gay community has been considered one of the touchstones of sexual identity.
U-ka saegusa IN db U-ka saegusa IN db is a Japanese rock band comprised of U-ka saegusa (ä¸‰ćžť ĺ¤•ĺ¤Ź Saegusa Yuuka, vocals), Yuichiro Iwai (ĺ˛©äş• ĺ‹‡ä¸€éŽ Iwai Yuuichirou, guitar), Taku Oyabu (ĺ¤§č—Ş ć‹“ Ooyabu Taku, bass), and Keisuke Kurumatani (č»Šč°· ĺ•“ä»‹ Kurumatani Keisuke, drums). They are currently under the GIZA studio label.
U-ka Saegusa U-ka Saegusa (ä¸‰ćžťĺ¤•ĺ¤Ź; Saegusa Yuuka) is a J-pop singer born on 9 June 1980 in the city of Nagoya, in Aichi, Japan. She has a dog named Choco, who appears in the video for Hekonda Kimochi, Tokasu Kimi (ă¸ă“ă‚“ă ć°—ćŚăˇ ćş¶ă‹ă™ă‚ăź).
U-Krew The U-Krew is a rap group from Portland, Oregon consisting of Kevin Morse, Larry Bell, Lavell Alexander, James McClendon, and Hakim Muhammad. The group had a hit with the single "If U Were Mine" which hit number 24 on the Billboard Hot 100.
U-matic U-matic is the name of a videocassette format first shown by Sony in prototype in October 1969, and introduced to the market in September 1971. It was among the first video formats to contain the videotape inside a cassette, as opposed to the various open-reel formats of the time.
U-MYX U-MYX is a music format launched in 2004 which allows a user to arrange and create their own mix of songs by known music artists. The U-MYX Software is available on CDs (usually on the artist's single release as an Enhanced Section on the CD) and as digital downloads from U-MYX's own digital store, which is powered by 7digital.
U-Pop U-Pop is a satellite radio channel programmed by Washington, DC based WorldSpace Satellite Radio. It is heard globally on WorldSpace's Afristar and Asiastar satellites, and in North America on XM Satellite Radio; channel 29 on both services.
U-Tex Wranglers The U-Tex Weavers were Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) league pioneers - having joined the PBA in its maiden season of 1975. Walter Euyang was the owner of this textile company and was a long-time treasurer of the PBA Board of Governors.
U-Turn (song) "U-Turn" was the fourth international single taken from Usher's 2001 album 8701. The song was a dance track produced by Jermaine Dupri and was a departure from the previous two smooth ballad singles that had been released from the album.
U-Turn Vending U-Turn Vending Machines, also known as US Vend Technologies, LLC and Vend-It-All, is an Idaho Falls, Idaho company offering bulk vending business opportunities. The company sells at least four different machines, all of which feature one or more levels of four canisters for vending four choices of candy, toys, or other merchandise.
U-WIRE The U-WIRE is a wire service tailored to colleges and universities. It acts as a sort of hub between these institutions' newspapers, giving each of its over 700 members access to news, sports, features, entertainment and opinion articles by the other members.
U+F8FF Unicode code point U+F8FF is the last character in the Unicode private use area. Its meaning and appearance vary depending on the font in use, but its usage in several fonts make it the most notable code point in the private use area.
U. E. Patrick Ueal Eugene "Pat" Patrick is the founder and owner of Patrick Racing, a team that raced in Champ Cars and the Indy Racing League. Pat was also one of the founding members of CART in 1978 and the Indy Lights series in 1986.
U. N. Dhebar Uchharangrai Navalshankar Dhebar (1905-1977) was active in India's struggle for Independence, and later served as Chief Minister of Saurashtra, and President of the Indian National Congress. He was born on September 21 1905 in the hamlet of Gangajala, eleven miles from Jamnagar.
U.K. Remixes The Remixes is a remix album by Australian popâ€”dance singer Dannii Minogue released on September 21, 1998. Due to the success of her debut Japanese album Party Jam, Minogue released a collection of the best remixes from the project.
U.S. 12th Marine Regiment The 12th Marine Regiment is an artillery regiment of the United States Marine Corps based at Camp Smedley Butler, Okinawa, Japan. It is a part of the 3rd Marine Division and the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force.
U.S. 14th Armored Division The 14th Armored Division was an armored division of the United States Army in World War II. It remains on the permanent rolls of the Regular Army as an inactive division, and is eligible for reactivation should the need ever arise.
U.S. 14th Marine Regiment The 14th Marine Regiment (14th Marines) is a reserve artillery regiment of the United States Marine Corps comprised of four firing battalions and a headquarters battalion. The regiment is based in Fort Worth, Texas however its units are dispersed among 19 different sites in 13 states.
U.S. 172nd Infantry Brigade The 172nd Infantry Brigade (Separate) (now designated the 1st brigade of the 25th Infantry Division) of the United States Army is a highly deployable unit capable of being sent to any destination worldwide in order to protect U.S.
U.S. 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division The 1st (Iron Horse) Brigade was constituted 29 August 1917 in the Regular Army as Headquarters, 1st Cavalry Brigade. The brigade organized as part of the 15th Cavalry Division the following February at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
U.S. 21st Marine Regiment The 21st Marine Regiment (21st Marines) is an inactive infantry regiment of the United States Marine Corps. Activated for service in World War II, they fought in the battles of Bougainville, Guam and Iwo Jima.
U.S. 24th Marine Regiment The 24th Marine Regiment (24th Marines) is one of three infantry regiments in the 4th Marine Division of the United States Marine Corps. From its headquarters in Kansas City, Missouri, the regiment commands fifteen training centers in nine states throughout the midwest.
U.S. 25th Marine Regiment The 25th Marine Regiment (25th Marines) is one of three infantry regiments in the 4th Marine Division of the United States Marine Corps. From its headquarters in Fort Devens, Massachusetts, the regiment commands fifteen training centers in nine states throughout the Northeast.
U.S. 26th Marine Regiment The 26th Marine Regiment (26th Marines) is a deactiveated infantry regiment of the United States Marine Corps. They fought during the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II and were activated again during the Vietnam War.
U.S. 27th Marine Regiment The 27th Marine Regiment (27th Marines) is a deactivated infantry regiment of the United States Marine Corps. They fought during the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II and again for a short time during the Vietnam War.
U.S. 28th Marine Regiment The 28th Marine Regiment (28th Marines) is an inactive infantry regiment of the United States Marine Corps. They fought during the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II and some of its members were immortalized in the famous photo of the flag raising on top of Mount Suribachi.
U.S. 32nd Infantry Brigade The 32nd Infantry Brigade (Separate)(Light) is the largest unit in the Wisconsin National Guard. Formed in 1967 from the deactivated 32nd Infantry Division, the Red Arrow Brigade is formed of three battalions of light infantry as well as support and engineer units.
U.S. 39th Infantry Brigade The 39th Brigade Combat Team (BCT) was formerly called the 39th Infantry Brigade (Separate) â€”nicknamed the Arkansas Brigadeâ€” is a combat brigade of the United States Army made up of soldiers from the Arkansas National Guard. The brigade is as of July 2006 stateside, however, individual members are in Iraq filling in critical positions in other active duty units and another 150 are tasked for border security missions in New Mexico and Texas.
U.S. 3rd Armored Division The 3rd Armored Division â€”nicknamed the Spearhead Divisionâ€” was an armored division of the United States Army. The division was first activated in 1941, and was a key participant in the European Theater of World War II, the division was stationed in Germany for much of the Cold War, and participated in the Persian Gulf War.
U.S. 49th Armored Division The 49th Armored Division â€”nicknamed the Lone Starâ€” was one of two armored divisions of the United States Army National Guard, organised after World War II. The 49th was deactivated in 1968 and re-organised into three separate Brigades, the 36th, 71st and 72nd.
U.S. 4th Armored Division The 4th Armored Division of the United States Army was an armored division that compiled a distinguished career in the European theater of World War II. Unlike many other WW2 US Armored Divisions, the 4th never adopted an official divisional nickname or slogan, although during their famous campaign through France and Germany during WWII, the Germans referred to them as "Roosevelt's Butchers".
U.S. 4th Marine Regiment The 4th Marine regiment is an infantry regiment of the United States Marine Corps that is based on Camp Schwab in Okinawa, Japan. They are part of the 3rd Marine Division and the III Marine Expeditionary Force.
U.S. 58th Infantry Brigade The 58th Infantry Brigade is the prime unit of the Maryland Army National Guard. It consists of an Infantry Brigade Combat Team (IBCT) format of two infantry battalions, one light cavalry squadron, and one towed artillery battalion of 16 105mm artillery pieces.
U.S. 6th Marine Regiment The 6th Marine Regiment is an infantry regiment of the United States Marine Corps based at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The regiment falls under the 2nd Marine Division and the II Marine Expeditionary Force.
U.S. 9th Marine Regiment The 9th Marine Regiment was an infantry regiment of the United States Marine Corps. Formed during World War II it served until the early 1990s when it was deactivated to make room for three light armor reconnaissance battalions.
U.S. Air Force Security Service The United States Air Force Security Service (often abbreviated USAFSS) was essentially the United States Air Force's intelligence branch; its motto was Freedom through Vigilance. It was created in October of 1948 and operated until 1979, when the branch was redesignated the Electronic Security Command (now the Air Intelligence Agency).
U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds The Thunderbirds are the Air Demonstration Squadron of the United States Air Force. As such, they tour the United States and much of the world, performing aerobatic formation and solo flying in specially-marked USAF jet aircraft.
U.S. Armed Forces School of Music On April 13, 1961, the Secretary of the Navy announced plans for the US Navy School of Music to be relocated to the Naval Amphibious Base at Little Creek, Norfolk, Virginia. On August 12, 1964, the doors to the Navy School of Music in Washington, D.
U.S. Army Center for Army Lessons Learned The Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) collects and analyzes data from a variety of current and historical sources, including Army operations and training events, and produces lessons for military commanders, staff, and students. CALL disseminates these lessons and other related research materials through a variety of print and electronic media, including their web site.
U.S. Army Center for Military History The Center of Military History traces its functional lineage to the Civil War era. An 1864 congressional authorization for the War Department to collect and publish the military records of the Civil War resulted in the appearance of 131 volumes of documents and maps between 1880 and 1901â€”a collection that remains an essential source for the study of that great national conflict.
U.S. Army Combat Arms Regimental System The Combat Arms Regimental System, known by its acronym CARS, was the method of assigning unit designations to units of the five combat arms (Infantry, Artillery, Armor, Cavalry, and Air Defense Artillery) of the United States Army from 1957 to 1981. CARS was superseded by the United States Army Regimental System (USARS) in 1981.
U.S. Army Forces Far East USAFFE (United States Army Forces - Far East) included the Philippine Department, Philippine Army (2 regular and 10 reserve divisions), and the Far East Air Force (formerly, Philippine Army Air Corps). USAFFE Headquarters was created on July 26, 1941, at No.
U.S. Army Forces in the Middle East United States Army Forces in the Middle East (USAFIME) was a unified United States Army command during World War II established in August, 1942 by order of General George Marshall to oversee the Egypt-Libya Campaign.
U.S. Army Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing The United States Army is currently the only military/governmental organization that has a program that produces psychiatric/mental health nurses. These nurses are already registered nurses (RNs) who have decided to specialize in this field.
U.S. Army Regimental System The United States Army Regimental System (USARS) was established in 1981 to replace the Combat Arms Regimental System, to provide each soldier with continuous identification with a single regiment, and to support that concept with a personnel system that would increase a soldierâ€™s probability of serving recurring assignments with his or her regiment.
U.S. Army Service Uniform The Army Service Uniform will be the "newest" service uniform to be adopted Army-wide after Fall of 2011, replacing two uniforms already in use â€“ the "Army Green" uniform and the "Army White" uniform. The "new" uniform was announced in 2006 by current Army Chief of Staff General Peter Schoomaker, and will serve as the U.
U.S. Army War College The United States Army War College is a United States Army school located in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on the 500 acre (2 kmÂ˛) campus of the historic Carlisle Barracks, a military post dating back to the 1770s. It caters to high-level military personnel and civilians and prepares them for strategic leadership responsibilities.
U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California The Office of the United States Attorney for the Northern District of California represents the United States in civil and criminal litigation in the court. The United States Attorney for the Northern District of California is currently Kevin V.
U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Iowa The United States District Court for the District of Iowa is the Federal district court whose jurisdiction is comprised of approximately the Southern half of the state of Iowa. The court has locations in Des Moines and Davenport.
U.S. Capitol shooting incident (1998) The United States Capitol shooting incident of 1998 was an attack on July 24, 1998 which led to the death of two United States Capitol Police officers. Detective John Gibson and Private First Class Jacob Chestnut were killed when Russell Eugene Weston Jr.
U.S. Central Credit Union US Central Federal Credit Union is the largest corporate credit union in the United States. Unlike consumer driven credit unions (referred to as "natural person" credit unions in the industry), US Central provides its services only to other corporate credit unions, in effect acting as the "corporate credit union's credit union".
U.S. Department of Education exemplary mathematics programs This is the list as was published in the Department of Education press release. These math programs were selected primarily for their adherence to standards-based mathematics reform rather than data showing improved learning.
U.S. Department of Justice Office of Special Counsel The Office of Special Counsel in the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) replaces the former Office of the Independent Counsel. It is charged with investigating alleged misconduct in the Executive Branch.
U.S. Fifth Air Force Korean War order of battle This is the order of battle of the Fifth Air Force of the United States Air Force during the Korean War. Note that several of the bomber and fighter-bomber units were rotational; that is, each served a set tour of duty and then transferred its assets and personnel to the next rotating unit (no actual exchanges of aircraft and personnel took place).
U.S. Fire Arms Mfg. Co. The privately held United States Fire-Arms Manufacturing Company Inc., based in Hartford, Connecticut, was established "Under the Blue Dome" at the site of the original Samuel Colt Armory built in 1855.
U.S. GAO Office of Special Investigations The Office of Special Investigations (OSI) is a specialized unit within the Government Accountability Office, a United States federal agency, and was created to meet Congress' need for quick responses to issues of serious wrongdoing involving federal matters.
U.S. Helicopter Armament Subsystems The helicopter itself has added much to the modern battlefield, changing land warfare tactics across the board. Transportation, with the ability to rapidly deploy or evacuate forces or casualties has changed huge aspects of post-modern warfare.
U.S. Igea Virtus Barcellona Unione Sportiva Igea Virtus Barcellona is an Italian football club, based in Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto, Sicily. The club was founded in 1964 as Associazione Sportiva Nuova Igea, and assumed the current denominatin in 1993.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the largest investigative arm of the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and is responsible for identifying and dismantling vulnerabilities regarding the nation's border, economic, transportation and infrastructure security. ICE is charged with the enforcement of over 400 federal statutes within the United States and maintains attaches at major U.
U.S. Mafia Families In the United States of America there is a core of organised criminals, selected from Italian-Americans. Although many of these criminal organisations encompass members from various ethnic groups, to become a full-member being Italian is required.
U.S. Men's Soccer Records (1916-1949) This is a compilation of every international soccer game played by the United States men's national soccer team from its first game in 1916 until 1949. It includes the team's record for that year, each game and the date played.
U.S. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine or NCCAM, is a United States government agency. NCCAM is dedicated to exploring complementary and alternative healing practices in the context of rigorous science, training complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) researchers, and disseminating authoritative information to the public and professionals.
U.S. Oil Politics About 40% of the Energy consumed by the United States comes from Oil The United States, with about 5% of the world's population, is responsible for 25% of the world's oil consumption while only having 3% of the world's proven oil reserves [http://www.nrdc.
U.S. Open (golf) The United States Open Championship is the annual men's open golf tournament of the United States. It is staged by the United States Golf Association each June, scheduled such that the final round is always played on the 3rd Sunday of that month.
U.S. Passport Card To meet the documentary requirements of the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI), the Department of State, in consultation with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), announced and submitted for public comment a federal rule proposing the development of a card-format passport for international travel by U.S.
U.S. Philippine Division The Philippine Divisionâ€”officially the 12th Infantry Divisionâ€”was the core of the US Army's Philippine Department. On July 31, 1941, the division consisted of 10,473 troops, mostly enlisted Filipinos, known as the Philippine Scouts.
U.S. Poggibonsi Unione Sportiva Poggibonsi is an Italian football club located in Poggibonsi, Tuscany. It currently plays in Serie C2/B; the team placed third in the 2005/2006 Serie D season, but was promoted because of cancellation of league winners Fortis Spoleto and renounciation of second-placed Fortis Juventus.