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Yea
Yea or YEA can refer to*An archaic form of yes, used mainly in oral voting, and the opposite of nay.*A mistaken spelling of the word "yeah" which means "yes." See also ya.*Yea, Victoria, a town in Australia.

Yeah
Yeah may refer to:* Yeah! , 1973* "Yeah", a song by Kyuss on the 1992 album Blues for the Red Sun* "Yeah", a song by Queen on the 1995 album Made in Heaven* "Yeah!", a 1997 song by Paul Brandt

Yeah (Park Jung Ah album)
Yeah is Park Jeong-Ah's 1st studio album. It was released on August 25, 2006.- Track listing :# My Time# 결국...사랑 # Yeah...# 눈물을 멈추고 # Fly Away# D-Day

Yeah (Yolanda Adams song)
"Yeah" is a song by Yolanda Adams from her album Mountain High...Valley Low. The song was written by Tina Campbell and Erica Campbell prior to their success as gospel duo Mary Mary. Mary Mary provide provide the vocals, heavaily on the chorus

Year
A year is the orbital period of the Earth moving around the Sun. For an observer on Earth, this corresponds to the period it takes the Sun to complete one course throughout the zodiac along the ecliptic.

Year
A year is the orbital period of the Earth moving around the Sun. For an observer on Earth, this corresponds to the period it takes the Sun to complete one course throughout the zodiac along the ecliptic.

Year 2000 problem
The Year 2000 problem was a problem for both digital and non-digital documentation and data storage situations which resulted from the practice of abbreviating a four-digit year to two digits.In computer programs, the practice of representing the year with two

Year of the Pig
Year of the Pig is a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.-Plot:

Yearling
Yearling may refer to:*Yearling , an animal in its second year of life.**Yearling , a horse between one and two years of age.in titles or proper names:*Yearling Books, an imprint of the publishing company Random House.

Yearling (horse)
A yearling is a young horse of either sex that is between one and two years old. Yearlings are comparable in development to a very early adolescent, they are not fully mature physically, and while they may be in the earliest stages of sexual maturity, they are considered too young to be breeding stock.In addition, the word colt may also be used to describe a male horse, and the term

Yearning
Yearning is a collaborative album by ambient musician Robert Rich and sarod player Lisa Moskow. It is based on the classical Indian musical form known as alap. Alap is the first and slowest section of a raga

Yearning
Yearning may refer to:* Yearning , a Japanese film directed by Mikio Naruse* Yearning , an Armenian drama film* Yearning , a Japanese film* Yearning , a 1994 album by Robert Rich and Lisa Moskow

Yearning
Yearning may refer to:* Yearning , a Japanese film directed by Mikio Naruse* Yearning , an Armenian drama film* Yearning , a Japanese film* Yearning , a 1994 album by Robert Rich and Lisa Moskow

Yearning (1990 film)
Yearning is 1990 an Armenian drama film based on Hrachya Kochar's novel Nostalgia. Directed by Frunze Dovlatyan.-Plot:The story took place in 1930s in Soviet Armenia. Arakel Aloyan is a naive peasant who left his homeland in Western Armenia after Armenian genocide of 1915, witnessed his village burnt and women raped

Yeast
Yeasts are eukaryotic micro-organisms classified in the kingdom Fungi, with 1,500 species currently described estimated to be only 1% of all fungal species. Most reproduce asexually by mitosis, and many do so by an asymmetric division process called budding

Yell
Yell is one of the North Isles of Shetland, Scotland. In the 2001 census it had a usually resident population of 957. It is the second largest island in Shetland after the Mainland with an area of , and is the third most populous in the archipelago , after the Mainland and Whalsay.The island's bedrock is largely composed of Moine schist with a

Yell
Yell may refer to:* Vociferation or yell, a loud vocalization** Yell , a cheer* Yell, Shetland, one of the North Isles of the Shetland archipelago, Scotland* Yell County, Arkansas, a county in Arkansas* Yell Township, Boone County, Iowa

Yeller
Yeller may refer to:*Screaming*Old Yeller, a novel by Fred Gipson*Old Yeller , film based on Gipson's novel

Yellow
Yellow is the color evoked by light that stimulates both the L and M cone cells of the retina about equally, with no significant stimulation of the S cone cells. Light with a wavelength of 570–590 nm is yellow, as is light with a suitable mixture of red and green

Yellow (1998 film)
Yellow is a 1998 film directed by Chris Chan Lee. The film is about the harrowing graduation night of eight Korean-American high school youths in Los Angeles that culminates in a violent crime that will forever change their lives.

Yellow (Don Lee)
Yellow is a collection of short stories written by American novelist Don Lee. "Set in the fictional California town of Rosarita Bay, Don Lee's Yellow is a fresh, contemporary vision of what it means to be Asian in America, a post-immigrant examination of identity, race, and love

Yellow (film)
-Plot synopsis:The film follows the life of Amarillys Campos , a classically-trained Puerto Rican dancer who moves to New York after her father's suicide to pursue her dreams of becoming a famous dancer, but ends up becoming a stripper at a seedy nightclub to make ends meet

Yellow (manga)
Yellow is a four-volume yaoi manga by Makoto Tateno, published in English by Digital Manga Publishing. It tells the story of two elite drug "snatchers" , Taki and Goh, mainly about the love and adventures they share together.

Yellow Fever (album)
-Additional Personnel:*Nick Buck – synthesizer on "Bar Room Crystal Ball"*John Sherman – 2nd guitar on "Baby What You Want Me to Do"-Production:*Hot Tuna – producer*Mallory Earl – producer, engineer*Pat Ieraci – production coordinator

Yellow fever (disambiguation)
Yellow fever is an acute viral hemorrhagic disease.Yellow fever may also refer to:* The Yellow Fever, fan club for New Zealand football team Wellington Phoenix FC* Slang term for Asian fetishIn entertainment and the arts:

Yellow jack
The yellow jack, Carangoides bartholomaei , is a species of offshore marine fish in the jack family, Carangidae. It is one of only two representatives of its genus present in the Atlantic Ocean, inhabiting waters off the east coast of the Americas from Massachusetts in the north to Brazil in the south, as well as a number of offshore islands

Yellow Jack (play and film)
Yellow Jack is a 1934 play and a 1938 Hollywood movie, both co-written by Sidney Howard and Paul de Kruif .

Yellow Pages (UDDI)
Yellow Pages are one of the three main components of UDDI . The other components are White Pages for describing the business, and Green Pages for describing how to access the service.

Yellow River (Indiana)
The Yellow River is a tributary of the Kankakee River in northern Indiana in the United States. Via the Kankakee and Illinois rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River, draining an area of

Yellowhammer
The Yellowhammer, Emberiza citrinella, is a passerine bird in the bunting family Emberizidae. It is common in all sorts of open areas with some scrub or trees and form small flocks in winter.

Yellowhammer (disambiguation)
Yellowhammer can refer to:* Emberiza citrinella, an Old World passerine bird* An alternative name for the Yellow-shafted Flicker , a North American woodpecker* A nickname for state troops from Alabama, United States

Yellowknife (disambiguation)
Yellowknife usually refers to Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, a city in Canada. It may also refer to:* the Yellowknife River, a river in the Northwest Territories

Yellowstone (film)
Yellowstone is a 63-minute American film set in Yellowstone National Park, directed by Arthur Lubin and released by Universal Studios.

Yelp
Yelp, Inc. is a company that operates yelp.com, a social networking, user review, and local search web site. Yelp.com has more than 54 million monthly unique visitors as of late 2010.- History :

Yemeni
Yemeni may refer to:* Something of, from, or related to Yemen**Demographics of Yemen**Culture of Yemen**Yemeni British**Yemeni American**List of Yemenis* Note that there is no language called "Yemeni", though there is the Yemeni Arabic dialect.

Yenta
Yenta or Yente is a Yiddish female name which is used generically for an old gossip.In the age of Yiddish theater, it started referring to a busybody or gossipmonger. The word has since become Yinglish . In the 1920s Yenta was first popularized by a famous humorist, Jacob Adler, writing under his pen name B

Yeoman
Yeoman refers chiefly to a free man owning his own farm, especially from the Elizabethan era to the 17th century. Work requiring a great deal of effort or labor, such as would be done by a yeoman farmer, came to be described as "yeoman's work"

Yeoman (F)
Yeoman was a rank in the U.S. Naval Reserve in World War I. The first Yeoman was Loretta Perfectus Walsh. At the time, the women were popularly referred to as "yeomanettes" or even "yeowomen", although the official designation was Yeoman .

Yep
Yep is a commercial document management software program, available on Mac OS X.In its initial stages of development, Yep was named both "Pik" and then "Kip" but was renamed when it was discovered that the former was a registered trademark of another software program and then the latter was an obscenity in the Norwegian language.Yep is a universal binary application, and so, it

Yerba Buena (town)
Yerba Buena was the original name of San Francisco when in the Spanish Las Californias Province of New Spain, and then after 1822 in the Mexican territory of Alta California, until the Mexican American War ended with the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, when California became a territory of the United States

Yersinia (computing)
Yersinia - is a network security/hacking tool for Unix-like operating systems, designed to take advantage of some weakness in different network protocols. Yersinia is considered a valuable and widely used security tool

Yersinia (disambiguation)
Yersinia may refer to:* Yersinia , a network security testing software* Yersinia, a genus of bacteria* Yersinia , a genus of Ameline Mantidae* Yersinia , a Swedish hardcore punk band

Yes
Yes may refer to:* One of a pair of English words, yes and no* The affirmative grammatical particle in the English language* An indication of acceptance* Yale Entrepreneurial Society, an American non-profit organization

Yes (McAlmont and Butler song)
"Yes" is a McAlmont and Butler hit single, released in May of 1995 and part of their debut album The Sound of McAlmont and Butler. It was their first UK hit, written and performed by the duo and peaked at number 8 on the UK singles chart. It remains their most successful single.

Yes (Mika Nakashima album)
Yes is the eighth album by Mika Nakashima, and fourth to be released under only her name. It is the first of her albums released in both a CD only and a CD+DVD Limited Edition format

Yes and no
Yes and no are two words for expressing affirmatives and negatives respectively in English . Early Middle English had a four-form system, but Modern English has reduced this to a two-form system consisting of 'yes' and 'no'. Some languages do not answer yes-no questions with single words meaning 'yes' or 'no'

Yes-no question
In linguistics, a yes–no question, formally known as a polar question, is a question whose expected answer is either "yes" or "no". Formally, they present an exclusive disjunction, a pair of alternatives of which only one is acceptable. In English, such questions can be formed in both positive and negative forms In linguistics, a yes–no question, formally known as a polar question, is a question whose expected answer is either "yes" or "no". Formally, they present an exclusive disjunction, a pair of alternatives of which only one is acceptable. In English, such questions can be formed in both positive and negative forms In linguistics, a yes–no question, formally known as a polar question, is a question whose expected answer is either "yes" or "no". Formally, they present an exclusive disjunction, a pair of alternatives of which only one is acceptable. In English, such questions can be formed in both positive and negative forms (e.g

Yeshiva
Yeshiva is a Jewish educational institution that focuses on the study of traditional religious texts, primarily the Talmud and Torah study. Study is usually done through daily shiurim and in study pairs called chavrutas

Yeshua (name)
Yeshua, was a common alternative form of the name Joshua "Yehoshuah" in later books of the Hebrew Bible and among Jews of the Second Temple Period

Yesterday
At the Prime Meridian, yesterday's date was .Yesterday may refer to:-Songs:* "Yesterday" , by The Beatles* "Yesterday" * "Yesterday" * "Yesterdays" , from the musical Roberta

Yesterday (2002 film)
Yesterday is a 2002 science fiction/action movie set in a unified Korean peninsula in the year 2020. An agent from the Special Investigations Unit tries to locate and take down a serial killer, who is known only by the alias "Goliath"

Yesterday (EP)
Yesterday is an EP by The Beatles released on 4 March 1966 by Parlophone in the UK . It was also released in Portugal and Spain

Yesterday (Grey's Anatomy)
"Yesterday" is the 18th episode of the second season of the ABC series, Grey's Anatomy. The episode's teleplay was written by Krista Vernoff, from a story by Mimi Schmir. It was directed by Rob Corn and originally aired on February 19, 2006, running for 43:04 min.-Starring:*Ellen Pompeo as Dr. Meredith Grey.*Sandra Oh as Dr. Cristina Yang.*Katherine Heigl as Dr

Yesterday (Shanice song)
"Yesterday" is a song by Shanice. It was the second single from Shanice's fourth studio album, Shanice.-Music video:A music video was filmed for the song but was not released. A rough draft of the video leaked in 2008.-Charts:

Yesterdays (Otto Harbach and Jerome Kern song)
"Yesterdays" is a 1933 song composed by Jerome Kern, with a lyric by Otto Harbach.It was written for the show Roberta , where it was introduced by Irene Dunne.

Yesteryear
Yesteryear may refer to:* nostalgia* Yesteryear , a quartet that won the 1997 SPEBSQSA international competition* "Yesteryear" , an episode of Star Trek: The Animated Series

Yesteryear (quartet)
Yesteryear is a barbershop quartet that won the 1997 SPEBSQSA international competition.The original version of Yesteryear was formed in February 1984

Yet
Yet is a common English word that when used as a conjunction, is equivalent to "but" or "nevertheless".However, used as an adverb, yet defines an action's persistence in time

YET
YET is a multi-country theatre exchange project for students between the age of 15 to 18 that started in Noordwijkerhout in the Netherlands. It has had many partners in Greece, Italy and Finland. The project takes place every autumn when one of the tree participating city's is hosting the other two groups

Yeti (company)
is a Japanese visual novel producing company which mainly deals in the porting of adult games for the consumer port PlayStation 2 and removing the erotic content in effect

 
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