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$uper $aver

$uper $aver was a pricing game on the American television game show, The Price Is RightSource: Wikipedia

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'Uiha

Uiha is an island in Lifuka district, in the Haapai islands of TongaSource: Wikipedia

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'Umi-a-Liloa

1470 - 1525 ruled as the 14th Alii Aimoku of Hawaii 1510 - 1525Source: Wikipedia

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'Unlucky' Alf

a fictional character played by Paul Whitehouse in the BBC comedy sketch show The Fast ShowSource: Wikipedia

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'upa'upa

an ancient dance from TahitiSource: Wikipedia

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'Uqayr

25.2875,56.3647222Source: Wikipedia

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'Uraybi

25.7830556,55.9794444Source: Wikipedia

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'Utaybah

a large Sunni Muslim tribe of the Arabian Peninsula and it is the biggest Tribe in Saudi ArabiaSource: Wikipedia

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'Uyayna

a village in central Saudi Arabia, located some 30 km northwest of the Saudi capital RiyadhSource: Wikipedia

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(Up a) Lazy River

a popular song by Hoagy Carmichael and Sidney Arodin, published in 1930Source: Wikipedia

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.ua

UA domains informationSource: Website

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.ug

the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for UgandaSource: Wikipedia

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.uk

the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for the United KingdomSource: Wikipedia

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.um

the Internet country code top-level domain for the United States Minor Outlying IslandsSource: Wikipedia

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.us

Under .US Nexus Requirements .US domains may be registered only by the following qualified entitiesSource: Wikipedia

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.uucp

a pseudo-domain-style suffix used in the late 1980s when identifying a hostname not connected directly to the Internet but possibly reachable through inter-network gatewaysSource: Wikipedia

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.uy

the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for UruguaySource: Wikipedia

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.uz

the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for UzbekistanSource: Wikipedia

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/usr/bin/god

usr/bin/god is an in-progress hard science fiction novel by Cory Doctorow, to be published by Tor BooksSource: Wikipedia

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1UP FM

On June 10, 2008 it was announced that EGM Live* would be re-structured into a new programSource: Wikipedia

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1UP Yours

Beginning in January 2006, Garnett Lee took the reigns of the main 1UP podcast, with Andrew Pfister as the producerSource: Wikipedia

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1UP.com

a video-game site owned and operated by Ziff Davis Media, publisher of the popular video game magazine EGM (Electronic Gaming Monthly)Source: Wikipedia

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2UE

Some previous presenters on 2UE have beenSource: Wikipedia

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2UUU

Shoalhaven Community Radio is based in Nowra, a town in the Shoalhaven district of New South Wales, AustraliaSource: Wikipedia

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3UZ

the official callsign of a medium-wave radio station in Melbourne, Australia which broadcasts under the name Sport 927Source: Wikipedia

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4U 0142+61

a magnetar at an approximate distance of 13,000 ly from Earth, located in the constellation CassiopeiaSource: Wikipedia

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4U 0614+091

an X-ray binary star system which features a neutron star and a regular starSource: Wikipedia

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7Up 2000

The 7 Up 2000 series is a new version of the Up! Series, created newly with 21st century childrenSource: Wikipedia

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`Ubayd

a male Arabic given name that means "little servant" (the diminutive of `Abd "slave"), short for `Ubaydullah "little servant of God"Source: Wikipedia

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`Ubaydullah

a male Arabic given name that means "little servant of God"Source: Wikipedia

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`Umar al Mukhtar

a town in the Municipality of Al Jabal al Akhdar in north-eastern LibyaSource: Wikipedia

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`Unayzah

a settlement in Qatar, located in the municipality of Umm SalalSource: Wikipedia

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`Urjan al Gharbiyah

a town in the Amman Governorate of north-western JordanSource: Wikipedia

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`Urjan ash Sharqiyah

a town in the Amman Governorate of north-western JordanSource: Wikipedia

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Þú og þeir

the Icelandic entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988, performed in Icelandic by BeathovenSource: Wikipedia

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Đức Cơ

a district (huyện) of Gia Lai Province in the Central Highlands region of VietnamSource: Wikipedia

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Đukanović

Ðukanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Ђукановић) (English translation: Son of Đuka/đukan) is a Serbian and Montenegrin surname andSource: Wikipedia

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Đukić

a South Slavic surnameSource: Wikipedia

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Đukić

Đukić or Djukic is a Sandžak Bosniak surname, whose members live in various parts of Sandžak, namely in Berane, Sjenica and Novi Pazar, as well as in Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, Western Europe, America, Canada and AustraliSource: Wikipedia

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Đula Mešter

a Serbian volleyball player, who won the gold medal with the Yugoslavian Men's National Team at the 2000 Summer OlympicsSource: Wikipedia

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Đulijano Camaj

a Montenegrin-Albanian footballer currently playing for FK DečićSource: Wikipedia

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Đulovac

a municipality in Bjelovar-Bilogora County, CroatiaSource: Wikipedia

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Đura Jakšić

Đura Jakšić / Ђура Јакшић was a Serbian poet, painter, writer, dramatist, bohemian, and patriotSource: Wikipedia

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Đurađ

The name Đurađ , a variant of the name "George", can refer to several different people, includingSource: Wikipedia

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Đurađ Branković

During his reign the Serbian capital was moved to Smederevo (near Belgrade) after the Second Battle of KosovoSource: Wikipedia

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Đurađ I

the second ruler of Zeta from 1362 - 13 January 1378 under the House of BalšićSource: Wikipedia

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Đurađ II

Stracimirović of the House of Balšić was a ruler of several Serbian and Albanian lands from 1385 to 1403, most notably ZetaSource: Wikipedia

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