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WEE

WEE

western equine encephalomyelitis.

WEE

abbreviation for western equine encephalitis. See equine encephalitis.

wee

noun A volume of urine.

verb To urinate.

WEE

Western equine encephalitis, see there.

WEE

western equine encephalomyelitis.
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