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Anu

(ā`no͞o), ancient sky god of Sumerian origin, worshiped in Babylonian religion. The son of Apsu (the underworld ocean) and Tiamat (primeval chaos), Anu was king of the great triad of gods, which included the earth god Enlil and the water god Ea.

Anu

Irish goddess of fecundity. [Irish Folklore: Briggs, 9]

Anu

(An) Babylonian god of heaven. [Babyl. Myth.: Benét, 41]
See: Heaven

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1) NCI: NCI is part of ANU and is jointly funded by the Federal Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research under its National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) program; the CSIRO; Bureau of Meteorology; Geoscience Australia; and the ANU.
Apart from writing experience, Anu was not gaining anything from her job as a junior media writer.
Chapter four, the longest chapter in the book, provides a detailed description and commentary on the ANU records on all Australian Prime Ministers in alphabetical order.
The CRPP demanded unconditional release of the trade union activists and Anu and be given access to lawyers.
Dr Obata facilitated the programming work for the AUSTKIN project, an Australian Research Council (ARC) project which Dr Patrick McConvell, now at ANU, is leading.
Here Anu finds her sister (Amisha Patel) is planning to get married to an American businessman (Sunil Shetty) but has also invited Danny to the wedding.
It's a job for the Hindu monkey god all right--and Anu is happy when he answers her call for help--until she realizes he too may be powerless against this new home's threat.
Anu Komsi was the amazingly communicative soloist here, arms outstretched bird-like, to compliment a vocal delivery which impressed with subtle shadings both texturally and timbrally, and capable of suddenly floating disembodied hushed tones.
Anu Banerjee is boxing clever in her new role helping the street kids of Vietnam.
She's more nervous than she appears,' says clinical psychologist and body language expert Dr Anu Sayal-Bennett.
Note: The IDI advantage buoyancy compensator has been changed in the Diving Equipment ANU from being "authorized for Navy use" to "authorized for use but no longer authorized for further procurement" based on unrelated non-safety concerns with the quality of the BC.
And I don't know whether Christine Anu chose `My Island Home' or had this requested as her opener for the closing ceremony.