yes

[n] - an affirmative
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yes

An oncogene, identified in avian sarcoma, encoding a tyrosine protein kinase (p62yes ). See Table O1.
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Yes

Yes adverb [ Middle English yis , ʒis , ʒes , ʒise , Anglo-Saxon gese , gise ; probably from geá yea + swā so. √188. See Yea , and So .] Ay; yea; -- a word which expresses affirmation or conse
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yes

Ay; yea; a word which expresses affirmation or consent; opposed to no. ... Yes is used, like yea, to enforce, by repetition or addition, something which precedes; as, you have done all this yes, you have done more. 'Yes, you despise the man books confined.' ... 'The fine distinction between 'yea' and 'yes,' 'nay' and 'no,' that once existed in Engl
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yes

noun an affirmative; `I was hoping for a yes`
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Yes

• (adv.) Ay; yea; -- a word which expresses affirmation or consent; -- opposed to no.
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Yes

(from the article `Art and Art Exhibitions`) ...or works representing transcendental states undergone by artists. Exhibition highlights included Carsten Höller`s Upside Down Mushroom Room (2000) ...
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Yes

British progressive rock band known for its extended compositions and virtuoso musicianship. Its principal members were Jon Anderson (b. Oct. 25, ... [1 related articles]
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YES

Youth Engagement Service
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