CUY


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CUYCambridge University Yachting (UK)
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For further information contact Brad Cuy, Center for Construction and environment.
Guemouri L, Arthur Y, Herbeth B, Jeandel C, Cuy G, Siest G.
Jacobacci (Upper Cretaceous) and El Cuy (Petriella, 1978).
The other members of the task force, from the Reserve Banks, are James Barnes, Lawrence Cuy, George Gregorash, Barbara Kavanagh, Mark Levonian, and Donald Wilson, and from the Board, Roger Cole and the authors.
Large Non-Profit Organization Large Company Vince Miller, MetroHealth Alan Gaffney, Keithley Instruments Medical Center Penny Sherrod-Campanizzi, The Larry Cuy, Federal Reserve Babcock & Wilcox Co.
Broken Hill City Council Mayor, Wincen Cuy, said the announcement was a major celebration for the city, and the nation.
In Brazil, the Ninth Mercosul Biennial represents a similar effort to interface with the public, with Sofia Hermindez Chong Cuy conceiving of the show, titled "Weather Permitting," as a platform for dialogue between artists and the community in Porto Alegre.
Sofa Hern[sz]ndez Chong Cuy and Anders Krger now have the tough task of whittling down the entries before the shortlist is announced in October - a year before the next prize is presented.
But since Ecuador abandoned its sucre currency for the dollar last year to halt an economic crisis, the price of cuy has increased threefold.
The animal is known in the South American country as Cuy and regarded as a dietary staple, eaten spit-roasted or baked to provide a cheap source of protein.
Guinea pig, or cuy, was a valued source of protein in ancient times (and a popular dish today), while the mildly narcotic coca was of great ceremonial importance.
Guinea pig or Cuy is especially popular in the highland regions of the Andes