TAY


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AcronymDefinition
TAYTaylor (Amtrak station code; Taylor, TX)
TAYTampereen Yliopisto (Finnish: University of Tampere)
TAYThink About You (Guns N' Roses song)
TAYTurns All Year (skiing group)
TAYTransfer Accumulator to Y (6502 processor instruction)
TAYTe Amo Yo (Spanish)
TAYTransitioning Age Youth
TAYTransition-Aged Youth Program (Fred Finch Youth Center; Oakland, CA)
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His mum Caroline Wallace said: "When Anthony told me he was going to name her River Tay I was on the verge of tears.
Official memorials to the victims were only put in place on either side of the Tay in 2013 after a long campaign.
The Post was unsuccessful in its attempts on Thursday to reach Tay for clarification.
Sturgeon said: "As well opening up land for new housing and employment sites, the Cross Tay Link Road will reduce traffic congestion in and around Perth and improve the air quality in the city centre and Bridgend.
The authority is a creditworthy counterparty and pays the unitary charge to Catchment Tay. The payment depends on the volume of wastewater treated.
Strategically positioned near the main highway of Emirates Road, the Robo'a Al Tay community provides residents with easy access to Dubai, while also being in close proximity to Tilal City, an upcoming lifestyle destination in Sharjah.
Commenting on the deal, Khalifa Al Shaibani, the director general at United Investment, said: "We are delighted to announce the release of the final phase of plots at Robo'a Al Tay, a community which embodies the family-centric environment that Sharjah is synonymous with."
Tay, 23, said: "Our business is built on the people's people.
To a question, Tay said food served during the event will be pork free.
Tay Tung looked to bury La Salle Lipa after leading 20-8 in the first period.