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What does KU stand for?
KU stands for Klaipeda University (Lithuania)
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- Kathmandu University (Nepal)
- Katholieke Universiteit (Leuven; Dutch)
- Keith Urban (country music artist)
- Kentucky Utilities
- Kenyatta University (Nairobi, Kenya)
- Kettering University
- Keyboard Unit
- Khalifa University (Abudhabi, UAE)
- Khazar University (Azerbaijan)
- Khulna University (Bangladesh)
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1177/003754979807100206 Vytautas Paulauskas (1), Valdas Lukauskas (2), Birute Placiene (3), Raimondas Barzdziukas (4) Dept of Shipping, Klaipeda University, H.
lt Iteikta 2012 02 20; priimta 2012 05 07 PETRAS GRECEVICIUS Doctor of the Humanities (architecture), Professor, Dept of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Design, Institute of the Maritime and Cultural Landscapes Research, Klaipeda University, H.
At present four Lithuanian libraries are members of IAML: the National Library of Lithuania, the Library of Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, the Vilnius Public Library of Music and Arts, and Klaipeda University Library.
He works as researcher at the Department of the Building Materials (Kaunas University of Technology) and as a lecturer at Klaipeda University (faculty of Marine Engineering).
Padilla, professor with the Department of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University; and Sergej Olenin, professor with the Coastal Research and Planning Institute, Klaipeda University in Lithuania, to investigate whether freshwater, macroinvertebrate invaders were a random or selected group.
ee (b) Coastal Research and Planning Institute, Klaipeda University, H.
The data used in assessment were collected by Hydrometeorological Board of Lithuania and supplemented by the evidence measurements both by the Institute of Maritime and Cultural Landscapes of Klaipeda University and the Lithuanian University of Agriculture.