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wye

(wī) [Pronunciation of the letter y]
A three-way connector or three-branched device, shaped like the letter y.
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River Wye might have won in any event - his jockey Richard Johnson certainly thought so - but it would have been a close-run thing.
But there is a new event in the pipeline - the three-day Fox River Wye Festival on November 7th, 8th, and 9th.
He has not had a winner other than River Wye since Ho-Joe landed a seller at Hereford in 1995, but the eight-year-old has done him proud, and this fifth success strongly suggested he is still improving.
The view is spectacular as the River Wye below meanders through the Welsh borders.
NONE of the South Wales teams made the frame in the River Wye Team Championship at Hereford, but Ebbw Vale angler Dennis O'Leary had the top catch.
A SCHEME to help improve salmon stocks in the River Wye took a giant step forward last week, when almost 50,000 juvenile salmon were checked for their final growing phase before migration to the North Atlantic.
5 tonne weight limit, causing the iron-cast structure over the River Wye to weaken.
Anglers on the River Wye in Herefordshire could be in for a bumper fishing season next year as salmon stocks have almost returned to normal after an all-time low.
The woman's family raised the alarm immediately as her home is near the busy A40 trunk road and the River Wye.
THE death of nearly 1,000 young salmon and trout in a tributary of the River Wye near Rhayader is under investigation.
Pals Adam Rock, Daniel Butler, Jon Mott and Barry Flint, journeyed down the River Wye from Glasbury to Chepstow in some of the toughest conditions.
Billie Holiday Clayton died during a family outing with her father and twin brother on the River Wye, near Hay-on-Wye, mid Wales, on April 12.