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Y is American slang for the YMCA.
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and
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Y is an abbreviation for Prototype
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See "Wye".
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Y, 25th letter of the alphabet. It was a Latin importation of the eastern Greek upsilon (see U), which was pronounced like ü; the Romans used it for Greek words. In English y mainly represents the semivowel occurring in words such as yet; the same semivowel is the second member of the diphthong...
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Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for yttrium; tyrosine; pyrimidine nucleoside.
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One of the 4 process colours CMYK. Y = Yellow.
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Why? -or- Yes
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[game] Y is an abstract strategy board game, first described by Claude Shannon in the early 1950s. The game was independently invented in 1953 by Craige Schensted (now Ea Ea) and Charles Titus. It is a member of the connection game family inhabited by Hex, Havannah, TwixT, and others; it is also an early member in a long line of games Ea Ea...
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Y (named wye aɪ, plural wyes) is the twenty-fifth letter in the ISO basic Latin alphabet (next to last letter) and represents either a vowel or a consonant in English. ==Name== In Latin, Y was named Y Graeca `Greek Y`. This was pronounced as I Graeca `Greek I`, since the classical Greek sound /y/, similar to modern German ü or French u, was ...
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why
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A 'Y' shaped plumbing fitting.
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Symbol indicating that a stock is trading ex-warrants, with no warrants attached.
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Why
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Year
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Yearling - For dogs of twelve and not exceeding twenty-four calendar months of age on the first day of the Show.
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One of the three CIE tristimulus values, equal to the luminous reflectance or transmittance - the green primary.
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