TYESTransition Youth Employment Services (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
TYESThoroughbred Yard Enterprise System (railroad tracking system; trademark of Norfolk Southern)
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However, Tyes said she heard about the services DAV offers veterans and went to see one of DAV's veterans advocates in 1997.
Noe lowd reproach, nor fond unwelcome sound Of Womens Tongues, thy sacred Eare dares wound; If any doe, a nimble Mute strait tyes, The True-Love-Knot, and stops her foolish cryes.
1 March 2004: Sarah Bailey, Carolyn Clements, Elizabeth Gerard, Ragen Graf, Bethany Huba, Chloe Lenihan, Martha Little, Sarah Elizabeth Miller, Marianne Orfanos, Erin Quinn, Shannon Radecki, Jessica Ramirez, Erin Sullivan, Tyes Zolman.
The 32-year old behind Tyes Tyres, Blackheath, picked up the regional Prince's Trust and Royal Bank of Scotland Business Award for successfully setting up his business against the odds.
For example, he mocks those who aim "Ideas of Authority / More absolute then God himself requires" and notes that "lawes and custome doe prescribe how farr / Either the Kinge, or subject out to draw / These mutuall tyes of dutie, love or fear" (Greville, 1965, 29.4-5, 33.3-5).
Although this sounds simple, there are different tyes of electricity customers: industrial, commercial and residential.
Real types can be either floating-point types (3.5.7), with a conventional mantissa-exponent representation and relative accuracy, or fixed-point tyes (3.5.9), which are typically stored as scaled integers, and have absolute specified accuracy.
TYes, it is cold and grey approximately 85% of the time; yes taxis and house prices are among the most expensive in Britain; and yes we have a rampaging seagull population who might steal your chips if you take your eyes off them.
TYes, Micky Mellon's side remain nine points off table-topping Dover, and it is also true that they have only recorded back to back wins once in all competitions this season.
TYes, it is a fortnight until polling day, the day that could potentially change our nation forever.
George, aged 22, of Tyes Court, Northampton, was jailed at Warwick Crown Court after he was convicted of possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life and cause fear of violence.