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- Second-smallest S.A. country
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- Río de la Plata country: Abbr
- Neighbor of Brazil (abbr.)
- Nation south of Braz
- Country on the Rio de la Plata: Abbr
- Two-time World Cup winners from S.A
- South Amer. republic
- South Amer. country
- Small S.A. country
- Pres. Vázquez's nation
- Neighbor of Brazil: Abbr
- Nation that finished fourth in the 2010 World Cup: Abbr
- Nation NE of the Rio de la Plata
- Montevideo's country: abbr
- Leftist Tabaré Vázquez's land: Abbr
- Land south of Braz
- Land east of Arg
- It neighbors Braz
- First nation to win the World Cup: Abbr
- Country south of Braz
- Country east of Arg
- A land in S.A
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- Neighbor of Braz. and Arg
- Land on the Rio de la Plata: Abbr.
- It neighbors Braz.
- Neighbor of Arg. and Braz
- O.A.S. member: Abbr.
- Country between Braz. and Arg.
- Arg. neighbor
- Montevideo's land: Abbr.
- Winner of the first World Cup: Abbr.
- The Negro R. runs through it
- Host of the first World Cup, 1930: Abbr.
- Neighbor of Arg. and Braz.
- Latin American soccer powerhouse: Abbr.
- S.A. land
- S. Amer. country
- S.A. country
- O.A.S. member: Abbr
- A land in S.A.
- Winner of the first World Cup: Abbr
- Braz. neighbor
- OAS member
- S. Amer. nation
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Üru is a village in Kihelkonna Parish, Saare County in western Estonia.
Category:Villages in Saare County
The Uru, or "Fat Boat", is a generic name for large Dhow-type wooden ships made by vishwabrahmins in Beypore, a village south of Kozhikode, Kerala, in the southwestern coast of India.
This type of boat has been used by the Arabs since ancient times as trading vessels, and even now, urus are being manufactured and exported to Arab nations from Beypore. These boats used to be built of several types of wood, the main one being teak. The teak was taken from Nilambur forests in earlier times, but now imported Malaysian teak is used. A couple of boat-building yards can still be found near the Beypore port.
The cuneiform sign URU, is a relatively distinctive sign in the cuneiform sign lists; with its two verticals at the sign's right, and the central long horizontal stroke, it is not easily confused with other signs. It is commonly found in the intrigues of the 14th century BC Amarna letters since the letters often concern city-state locations, or surrounding regions or cities/towns. URU is also used in the Epic of Gilgamesh. The cuneiform sign is almost exclusively used as a sumerogram-(capital letter ( majuscule)), and in the Akkadian language, it is the Akkadian for "ālu", city, or town. The usage of URU in the Epic of Gilgamesh is only for sumerogram "URU", (11 times). All uses in the Epic for URU are for various spellings of ālu, and usually an added sign complement; there is one usage in the Epic of URU for the city Shuruppak: URU. Šu- ri- ip-pak, (Tablet XI 11).