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CUCredit Union
CUConsumers Union (publisher of Consumer Reports)
CUCopper (Cuprum)
CUCubic
CUSee You (chat)
CUCuba
CUUniversity of Colorado
CUColumbia University
CUClose-Up
CUCambridge University
CUClose Up
CUCameron University
CUCity University (main campus in Washington State)
CUControl Unit
CUCoventry University (UK)
CUChristian Union
CUChinese University (Hong Kong)
CUCatholic University (Washington, DC)
CUCornell University
CUClemson University
CUChampaign-Urbana (Illinois)
CUCarleton University
CUCairo University (Egypt)
CUConcordia University
CUCover Up
CUCreighton University
CUCumulus (cloud formation)
CUCornerstone University
CUCarrie Underwood (singer)
CUCooper Union
CUCommercial Union (insurance company)
CUColorado University
CUCampbell University
CUCustoms Union (international trade relations)
CUClarkson University (Potsdam, NY)
CUCollege Union
CUCedarville University (Cedarville, OH)
CUChulalongkorn University
CUColitis Ulcerosa (bowel disease)
CUChapman University
CUClark University (Worcester, MA)
CUCondensing Unit (HVAC)
CUCentral Unit
CUColgate University
CUcubic capacity (US DoD)
CUCultural Understanding
CUCommon User
CUCivil Union
CUCheyney University
CUCommunications Unit
CUCalcutta University (India)
CUCommon Unit
CUComenius University (Bratislava, Slovak Republic)
CUChronic Urticaria
CUChannel Unit
CUChittagong University
CUComputer Unit
CUCelebrities Uncensored
CUClaflin University (Orangeburg, SC)
CUCombat Upgrade (Star Wars Galaxies, MMO gaming)
CUCentury University
CUClient Utility
CUCalibration Unit
CUCrisp Uncirculated (paper currency grading)
CUCrude Unit
CUConfiguration Update
CUColumbia Ultimate (collections software)
CUConcord Law School (online law institution)
CUCenhedloedd Unedig (Welsh: United Nations)
CUCongressional Union (early suffragist movement)
CUCattlemen's Union
CUCorrelated Uniqueness (statistical model)
CUColumn Uniform
CUCombiner Unit
CUCustomer Utilization
CUCryptic Union (gaming)
CUClose Utilization (forestry)
CUCountermeasures Unit (for weapons of mass destruction; FBI)
CUCubana de Aviacion, SA Cuba (IATA airline code)
CUCoefficient of Utilisation
CUCertificat d'Urbanisme (French: Urban Planning Certificate)
CUCode de l'Urbanisme (French: Urban Planning Code)
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The extreme close-up is alive and well, especially in the coverage of sporting events.
Siobhan said: "The Close-Ups are a quirky pop group, with a style that's both modern and retro.
HOLLYWOOD -- Longtime television news personality David Sheehan just achieved another career milestone: Sheehan's Hollywood Close-Ups, Inc.
Despite Diamond's virtuosic capacity with video equipment, he is a purist because of his dance background--he doesn't tape facial close-ups, shots of someone's hand, nor does he rechoreograph a performance.
Clooney knows what an asset he has, constantly fixing his camera on Strathairn's face, the tight close-ups revealing a man knowing he would pay a price for doing the right thing.
The narrative spareness and ponderous tempo of Graham's film, however, remove the Rheinmetall from any such worldly associations: A series of lingering close-ups make it initially seem that the artist's sole aim was to pore fetishistically over every one of the machine's precisely tooled components.
95), packing in astonishing color photos of the inner workings of the human body using new imaging technology, from microscopic close-ups to dyes and colors to enhance blood clots and more.
Numerous color photographs, some close-ups in which the weave of a garment can be seen, make for appreciation of the varied textiles; while other photographs exhibit inhabitants of Madagascar wearing the textiles in social activities or ceremonies.
The 5ft 2in redhead, who plays FBI agent Dana Scully, has admitted the secret of her close-ups in the cult sci-fi TV show.
The Optio W30 also features the Face Recognition function and Macro Photography mode to allow image capture at under half an inch for stunning close-ups of photography subjects such as flowers, insects, jewelry and much more.
It's just tight close-ups of secret-agent man Tom Cruise and blase bad guy Philip Seymour Hoffman (last seen together standing over Jason Robards' bed in ``Magnolia'') squaring off with Hoffman threatening to put a bullet in the head of a mystery woman unless Cruise gives him what he wants.
In contrast to the synthetically narrative images of the boutique, far closer to film stills than documentary photos, the Slaves are (with the exception of one almost full-length portrait of the Rebellious Slave barely emerging from stone and shadows alike) analytically fragmented into close-ups of heads, torsos, and lower limbs.