E U - meaning and definition. What is E U
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E
E1
(also e)
¦ noun (plural Es or E's)
1. the fifth letter of the alphabet.
2. denoting the fifth in a set.
3. Music the third note of the diatonic scale of C major.
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E2
¦ abbreviation
1. East or Eastern.
2. informal the drug Ecstasy or a tablet of Ecstasy.
3. denoting products, in particular food additives, which comply with EU regulations. See also E-number.
4. exa- (1018).
5. Spain (international vehicle registration). [from Sp. Espana.]
¦ symbol Physics
1. electric field strength.
2. energy.

Wikipedia

R.U.L.E.

R.U.L.E. is the sixth studio album by American rapper Ja Rule; it was released on November 9, 2004, by The Inc. and Island Def Jam Music Group. The album debuted at number 7 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart, selling 165,000 units in its opening week. The album was certified Gold and sold over 658,000 copies in the United States. Singles from the album include "Wonderful" featuring R. Kelly and Ashanti; the top 20 song "New York" featuring Jadakiss and Fat Joe, and the song "Caught Up" featuring Lloyd.

The album was also made in a heavily edited version removing profanities, drugs and violent content: it removes the skits "Weed" and "Stripping Game". This version of the album became the most edited album other than his previous album Blood in My Eye (2003).

Pronunciation examples for E U
1. P-S-E-U.
Forged _ Bart Ehrman _ Talks at Google
2. is a stem, K-E-U --
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3. we would spell it K-E-U; it's pronounced koy --
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4. call EU-stress. E-U stress, meaning stress that is positive
Extreme Fear _ Jeff Wise _ Talks at Google
5. Eurich, E-U-R-I-C-H. She did this meta analysis
The Right and Wrong Stuff _ Carter Cast _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of E U
1. France puts its own first and its people do not put up with the abuses our government inflicts on us. – Ryk, UK E...U must be joking! – M.
2. Not all could keep it going well into the night –– walking arm in arm, singing, were German fans spelling out their word for Germany on white, self made T–shirts –– TSCHLAND (the D–E–U guys were nowhere to be found!) As I‘ve seen in the past Cups, though, this is only the beginning.