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Synonyms for uke

a small guitar having four strings

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Bay Uke, the organisers of the North Tyneside Ukulele Festival
d) the fourth month focused on the study of "Heian Shodan" Kata, based on "Oi Zuki", "Gedan Barai", "Tettsui", "Age Uke" and " Shuto uke" techniques.
Three organizations joined together to sponsor the annual Uke Jam, Mueller said.
He said: "As an association we have become aware of the fact that the problem of uke has spread into areas where it hadn't been seen previously.
Check out the clips of James Hill and John King (leading uke exponents) on YouTube if you doubt me on this."
The Uke Jam came out of an Aloha Friday regular event.
Working in partnership with kitchen showrooms, UKE fit seamlessly within their sales process.
One group began with a few numbers at the Vinyl Tap record store in John William Street while the second played at the Head of Steam pub outside the railway station, and in between they had an hilarious "Uke Off " in the Square.
MIMA EVENT: Jenni Pascoe, left, and Misspent Uke, below, on World Book Night Pictures by IAN COOPER THE READING GAME: Ryan Slater talks to Rebecca O''Rourke, above centre, and Pat Whaley about the book he has just been given and the pair, left, outside the Valley Road former home of Brian Clough, inset
The Tyneside Cinema in Newcastle is showing a film called The Mighty Uke which documents the history of the ukulele and how it has made a comeback lately.
The European Commission plans to examine in detail a draft decision by the Polish telecommunications regulator (UKE) on mobile termination rates for Polish operator Aero2.
Founded in 1889, the UKE has opened its ultramodern new building in January 2009 and thus combines tradition with state-of-the-art technology.
uke had two kidney transplants at Birmingham Children's Hospital when he was aged three and ten.
In worship of the uke, there will be films, workshops and stalls selling paraphernalia, CDs and videos.
Having switched to the uke, his name was a regular feature on theatre bills and he included Vera Lynn, Max Bygraves and Max Miller among his many friends.