GAY

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AcronymDefinition
GAYGreen And Yellow
GAYGood As You (British)
GAYGorgeous and Young
GAYGreat American Youth (web documentary series)
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References in classic literature ?
When they woke next morning they had gone a considerable way up the river; on the right was a high yellow bank of sand tufted with trees, on the left a swamp quivering with long reeds and tall bamboos on the top of which, swaying slightly, perched vivid green and yellow birds.
This year's figures, which are based on 2018 data, show there are now more schools overall in the green and yellow categories when compared to last year's figures.
This year's figures show: | 88.4% of primary schools are now in the green and yellow categories compared to 85.3% last year; | 69.4% of secondary schools are now in the green and yellow categories compared to 68.3% last year; | there has been a rise in the number of schools in the green category - those schools requiring least support - by 6.2 percentage points to 41.6%; | the proportion of red schools - those identified as needing most support - is around the same as last year (a small decrease on 0.1%) in the primary sector.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams said: "I'm pleased to see that even more of our schools are now in the green and yellow categories, continuing on with the upward trend we have seen over the past few years.
<B There are now more schools in the top two green and yellow categories
Green and yellow foxtail (Setaria glauca (L.)) are important weeds in cropland of the central plains region of North America.
Hitchcock (1950) described the morphologies of green and yellow foxtail inflorescences as cylindric, spikelike and, in the case of green foxtail, tapering toward the summit.
Br.) is a member of the grass tribe Paniceae, as are green and yellow foxtail.
This descriptive exploratory study documented unusual panicle morphologies of green and yellow foxtail from Kansas.
Seeds were removed from branched panicles of both green and yellow foxtail specimens collected in 1993 and germinated in a petri plate (30-33 C with 24 h of light).