CUP

The acronym CUP may refer to:

  • California University of Pennsylvania
  • Cambridge University Press
  • Canadian University Press, the press association of Canadian student newspapers
  • Candidatures d'Unitat Popular, a Catalan nationalist movement
  • Center for Urban Pedagogy, New York City
  • Central Utah Project
  • China UnionPay, a payment authorization system common in China
  • Clarion University of Pennsylvania
  • Columbia University Press
  • Committee of Union and Progress İttihat ve Terakki Cemiyeti, an Ottoman political movement and later party
  • Conservative and Unionist Party, a British political party (rare)
  • Copper units of pressure, a measurement in internal ballistics
  • Cuban peso, ISO 4217 code for one of Cuba's two currencies
  • Cupar railway station station code
  • Cupertino Middle School, a public middle school in Sunnyvale, California
  • Cancer of unknown primary origin

Other articles related to "cup":

1938 FIFA World Cup - Summary
... remains, as of 2010, the only time in World Cup history in which Germany was eliminated in the first round, and the only tournament in which Germany competed but failed to finish in the final eight (the nation did not ... This was the last ever match to be replayed in a World Cup ... of the semi-finals 5–1, while Italy and Brazil had the first of their many important World Cup clashes in the other ...
2002 African Cup Of Nations
... The 2002 African Cup of Nations was the 23rd edition of the Africa Cup of Nations, the association football championship of Africa (CAF) ...
1938 FIFA World Cup
... The 1938 FIFA World Cup was the third staging of the World Cup, and was held in France from 4 June to 19 June ...
1934 FIFA World Cup - Qualification and Participants
... Reigning World Cup holders Uruguay declined to participate, in protest at the refusal of several European countries to travel to South America for the previous World Cup, which Uruguay had ... As a result, the 1934 World Cup is the only one in which the reigning champions did not participate ... first African team to qualify for a World Cup finals tournament), were from outside Europe ...
Xavier Garbajosa
... the French championship in 1999 and 2001, as well as the European Cup in 2003 and 2005. ... He was a member of France's squad at the 1999 Rugby World Cup (in which France were the runners-up), and notably participated in the epic semi-final ... the French squad for the 2003 Rugby World Cup but had to leave the team before the beginning of the competition due to an injury ...

Famous quotes containing the word cup:

    The cup of Morgan Fay is shattered.
    Life is a bitter sage,
    And we are weary infants
    In a palsied age.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)