CU2


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CU2

An abbreviation for the valediction "see you too" used in texting or similar shorthand typing. Often used in response to "CU" ("see you"). A: "CU in first period." B: "OK CU2."
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See you, too

and CU2
phr. & comp. abb. I will see you also. (A reply to CU, See you.) BOB: CUIAL. BILL: CU2.
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CU2

verb
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Protans make fewer errors than deutans on the D15 test and the CU2 because perceived luminous contrast is available as an aid to obtaining good results (see Table 3).
Mycorrhizal colonisation of the roots significantly increased with Cu addition up to the Cu2 treatment level and then significantly reduced at the Cu3 level compared to the Cu2 level (Fig.
CU2: NW de punta Los Barcos, Golfo de Batabano, Cuba, E-13, seibadal, 5 m, 29 VIII 1981 (IOC).
Las alas posteriores son redondeadas, de color marron oscuro dorsalmente y un poco mas claras ventralmente; dorsalmente se observa linea en zigzag poco diferenciada que bordea el ala, contiguos a ella se encuentra una serie de ocelos, cuatro en total ubicados entre las celdas M2 y Cu2, observandose que el cuarto ocelo esta bastante reducido; los ocelos son negros, rodeados por una linea roja-naranja y con un pequeno punto blanco en el centro.
The original experiment consisted of a control plot (no biosolids), a plot receiving unspiked biosolids, and 12 plots that received surface applications of biosolids spiked with increasing amounts of Cu (Cu1, Cu2, Cu3, Cu4), Ni (Ni1, Ni2, Ni3, Ni4), or Zn (Zn1, Zn2, Zn3, Zn4) (McLaren et al.
Variations in the distance between the distal end of the radial planate supplement and the distal margin of the wings bounded by the end points of the intercalary vein and the radial branch in the fore-wings and length of the anal vein and shape in the region bounded between the anal supplement (Aspl), basal end of the anal vein (A3) and sec d branch of cubital vein (Cu2) in the hindwings were also observed.
Anverso del AP con fondo de color negro y una linea delgada vertical de color rojo en el area medial que se origina del margen costal y se extiende hasta la vena Cu2. En A.
Hembra dimorfica, envergadura alar promedio 35 mm, fondo terno azul gris metalico, con el dorso del ala anterior con una notable banda blanco verdosa palido que cruza la zona medial desde la costa hasta el espacio Cu2. Ala posterior caudada sin marcas particulares.
This value is higher than the Cu concentration in the control plot (10 [micro]g/L), but lower than those in soil solution (DOC 38-45 mg/L) after application of biosolids (1998): 90 [micro]g/L for plot Cul, 133 [micro]g/L for Cu2, 163 [micro]g/L for Cu3, and 252 [micro]g/L for Cu4 (Table 2).
1e-1f): Somewhat oval shaped, costa straight, termen sinuated, dorsum straight, discoidal cell more than half length of the wing; veins, Sc+ R1arises from the axillary region, short and separated from R1, humeral (h) curves toward the proximal region of the costal margin begins from Sc+R1 and Rs, M1 originated from upper apex of the discal cell, M2 originates from middle of the discal cell, M3 originates from lower apex of the cell, Cu1 parallel to Cu2, two veins A2 and A3arise from the axillary of the wing, A2 ending at the tornus of wing, A3 ending at dorsal margin.
asterra (elongated and thin in this species) and reaches the Cu2. The reverse is opaque and dull with the red spot translucent while asterra turns orange.