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WEE

wee

noun A volume of urine.

verb To urinate.

WEE

Western equine encephalitis, see there.
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FAMILY FUN: Jasmine, aged three, with dad Kashmir Surana;SO RELAXED: 11-year-old Callum O'Donnell takes it easy; SPLASH: Jack Fennell, aged 20 months, in the pool with grandad Roy Hammond; WHEEE: Chloe, Yasmin and Thomas take the plunge on a slide.
(Skimming his ear with the bottom of the glass) Wheee...
We watched with delight and imagined them going "wheee!" as they belly-flopped with an almighty splash almost within touching distance.
Potatoes would be put into its heart and eaten when just a few dying embers remained, they were black with soot and underdone but they still tasted wonderful with the smell of sulphur in the air and the occasional "wheee!" of a rocket fired from another farm.
Even the easiest routes can be pretty steep for somewhere as hilly as the Lakes, although I thoroughly enjoyed the downhill runs, legs sticking out, shouting "wheee" at the top of my voice to encourage Ruthie up the steeper climbs.
WHEEE Adam Connolly enjoys conditions in Celbridge ACTION Quad snow plough at Tesco GHOST NETWORK Airman Paddy Reilly's aerial shot shows the M50, while on the ground, left, Hannah O'Grady is caught in a snowball fight in Celbridge, Co Kildare OUCH Hannah O'Grady gets hit with a snowball in Celbridge, Co Kildare PEACEFUL Old Abbey, Co Galway SCARY The old Leixlip to Maynooth road
SCHOOL Aidan at four on first day JAILED Angelo O'Riordan BROTHERS Aidan, right, and Cormac get ready for sister's wedding ANGLER Aidan at 10 fishing with dad Tom WHEEE! JAidan at 10 in Butlins PROUD Aidan as godfather to Leah PORTRAIT Parents' 25th anniversary PALS Aidan, left, with friend Kenneth Byrne and brother Niall