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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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Follow the B4347, then the B4348 through the Golden Valley and on to Hay-on-Wye (7), high above the River Wye's southern bank.
The tidal swell of the River Wye makes Otter Hole one of the Britain's most dangerous caves.
Alison, who looks after River Wye at the Yardleys' Malvern yard, was leading the horse to the racecourse stables when the eight-year-old bashed her against the stable door as he barged through.
Mr Corfield's body was found submerged in the River Wye by divers on July 30 near to the confluence of the Rivers Wye and Irfon, in 3ft of water around 2,000ft from where he was last seen.
For Angela the trip was a busman's holiday, as she owns the outdoor fitness and adventure business Run-wild with the River Wye and Valley as her "office".
THE body of a teenager who died after going missing during the Royal Welsh Show was found submerged in the River Wye by divers, an inquest has heard.
West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the River Wye in the centre of Hereford near the Old Bridge in Bridge Street at around 2am yesterday.
Adesire to be able to eat and drink by the banks of the River Wye led Dutch supermarket magnate Albert Heijn to develop the award winning Left Bank Village in Hereford.
The five Llangollen Explorer Scouts were taking part in an expedition for their Duke of Edinburgh Silver award on the River Wye.
A police spokesman said the 34 year-old, whose name has not been released, was walking home in the early hours when he heard the woman's screams at the River Wye, in Putson.
Mr Clayton, an ITV Yorkshire presenter, from Featherstone, took his twin son and daughter, Edward and Billie, canoeing on the River Wye, in mid-Wales, in April 2006.
LOADS of Midlands anglers head to the River Wye once the chills set in, drawn by the promise of fantastic bags of chub and dace.