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    dictionary.reference.com/browse/wye noun, plural wyes. 1. the letter Y, or something having a similar shape. 2. Electricity. a three-phase, Y -shaped circuit arrangement. 3. Railroads. a track ...
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  • Wye (rail) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wye_%28rail%29 A wye or triangular junction, in rail terminology, is a triangular shaped arrangement of rail tracks with a switch or set of points at each corner.
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      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wye Wye may refer to: Place names: Wye, Kent, a village in Kent, England Wye School, serving the above village; Wye railway station, serving the above village
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      www.thefreedictionary.com/wye wye (wī) n. 1. The letter y. 2. An object shaped like a Y. Wye (waɪ) n (Placename) a river in E Wales and W England, rising in Powys and flowing southeast into ...
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      acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/wye Acronym Definition; WYE: Wyeth, Inc (stock symbol) WYE: West Yorkshire Ecology (UK) WYE: William Yates Elementary (Missouri) WYE: Work Year Estimate
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      www.yourdictionary.com/wye BAKEWELL, a market-town in the western parliamentary division of Derbyshire, England, on the river Wye, 25 m. The scenery of the neighbourhood, in both the Wye and ...
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      encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/wye Wye, river, c.130 mi (210 km) long, rising on Plynlimon Mt., W Wales, and flowing generally SE past Builth Wells (Wales), Hereford (England), and Monmouth (Wales) to ...