Cui


Cui

Cui may refer to one of the following:

People

Other uses

  • Cui (or cuy), a Peruvian term for the guinea pig, when used as food
  • Cui (character) or Kiwi, a character in Dragon Ball media
  • Character user interface, a predecessor to Graphical user interface
  • Copper(I) iodide (CuI), a chemical compound
  • Cui-ui, a fish endemic to Pyramid Lake in northwestern Nevada
  • Corrosion under insulation (CUI), corrosion due to entrapped water under the insulation layer of piping and vessels
  • Controlled Unclassified Information, a system that standardizes and simplifies the way the US Executive branch handles unclassified information that requires safeguarding or dissemination controls, pursuant to and consistent with applicable law, regulations, and government-wide policies

See also

  • Cui bono, "To whose benefit?", a Latin adage used to suggest a hidden motive
  • Choi (Korean version of the same surname)

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  • Cui-ui — Spawning cui ui. Conservation status …   Wikipedia

  • cui — CUI, cuie, s.n. 1. Piesă mică, cilindrică sau în patru muchii, de metal sau de lemn, turtită la un capăt şi ascuţită la celălalt, cu care se fixează între ele diferite piese, care se bate în zid sau în lemn pentru a servi ca suport etc. ♢ (tehn.) …   Dicționar Român

  • cui — pron.rel. 1. FO gener. preceduto da preposizione, può sostituire il quale, la quale, i quali, le quali nei complementi indiretti: gli amici con cui sono venuto, la cosa di cui mi ha parlato, è una persona su cui contare, avere un ideale per cui… …   Dizionario italiano

  • Cui Zi'en — Cui Zi En, also Cui Zi en (Chinese: 崔子恩; pinyin: Cuī Zi ēn), is a film director, film scholar, screenwriter, novelist and an outspoken gay activist based in Beijing. He graduated from the Chinese Academy of Social Science with an MA in literature …   Wikipedia

  • Cui Bo — Cuī Bái Hase und zwei Elstern, 1061 Cuī Bái (chin. 崔白; auch Cuī Bó; Wade Giles: Ts’ui Po) war ein Maler der nördlichen Song Dynastie. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Cui Zi En — 崔子恩, also Cui Zi en, is a director, film scholar, screenwriter, novelist and an outspoken queer activist based in Beijing. He graduated from the Chinese Academy of Social Science with an MA in literature and now is an associate professor at the… …   Wikipedia

  • Cui Tu — (traditional Chinese: 崔塗; simplified Chinese: 崔涂; pinyin: Cuī​ Tú​, born 854[1]), and whose name, especially in older English transliteration, appears as Ts ui T u , was a poet of the Late Tang Dynasty, and two of whose poems were collected in… …   Wikipedia

  • cui — [lat. cui, dativo di qui ]. ■ pron. rel. 1. [forma obliqua del pron. rel. che, a cui si sostituisce nei compl. indiretti]. 2. (lett., ant.) a. [come compl. ogg.: Al passegger, c. semivivo e nudo Lascia in breve tra sassi (G. Leopardi)] ▶◀ che, il …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • CUI — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. {{{image}}}   Sigles d une seule lettre   Sigles de deux lettres > Sigles de trois lettres …   Wikipédia en Français

  • CUI (C. A.) — CUI CÉSAR ANTONOVITCH (1835 1918) Fils d’un jeune officier de la Grande Armée, Antoine Cui, qui, lors de la retraite de Russie, resta à Vilnius (Vilna) où il épousa une jeune Lituanienne qui lui donna de nombreux enfants et, en particulier, trois …   Encyclopédie Universelle


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