“I should be living in 1937,” Savoia told website 'Style Like u' in 2011 of his design aesthetic.
A survey by the u of T/Austin said campaign donors are more influential with members of Congress than anyone else.
The list goes on: u of A Confessions; Trinity College Confessions; Stanford Confessions; Rhodes College Confessions.
Dr. Bowman, a professor emeritus at the u of C, was the first African-American to get tenure in the biological sciences division.
But “Do What u Want,” featuring, of all people, R. Kelly, is quite good.
De Lord 'u'd sen' 'nough rain to help de gyarden, but not 'nough ter hurt de oats.
This plate is one-half inch higher than the "u," as shown in Fig. 267.
"Glad to meet y'u, Miss Messiter," he responded, and offered his firm brown hand in Western fashion.
Efter thet, the heads and offals 'u'd scare the fish to Fundy.
We have met the value dumu or its dialectic equivalent umu, represented by u and Mu (see on line 5).
for historical evolution, see V. Used punningly for you by 1588 ["Love's Labour's Lost," V.i.60], not long after the pronunciation shift that made the vowel a homonym of the pronoun. As a simple shorthand (without intentional word-play), it is recorded from 1862. Common in business abbreviations since 1923 (e.g. U-Haul, attested from 1951).
The symbol for the element uranium.
A heavy, silvery-white, highly toxic, radioactive metallic element of the actinide series. It has 14 known isotopes, of which U 238 is the most naturally abundant, occurring in several minerals. Fissionable isotopes, especially U 235, are used in nuclear reactors and nuclear weapons. Atomic number 92; atomic weight 238.03; melting point 1,132°C; boiling point 3,818°C; specific gravity 18.95; valence 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. See Periodic Table.