(adv.) Yes; ay; a word expressing assent, or an affirmative, or an affirmative answer to a question, now superseded by yes. See Yes.
(adv.) More than this; not only so, but; -- used to mark the addition of a more specific or more emphatic clause. Cf. Nay, adv., 2.
(n.) An affirmative vote; one who votes in the affirmative; as, a vote by yeas and nays.
(1) It's not that they say, yea or nay regarding your right to speech, but can this be handled that it doesn't dramatically and drastically impact the rest of society?"
(2) A former firefighter who was diagnosed with MS aged 50, he is in a wheelchair and unable to walk at all after he broke his neck a few yeas ago.
(3) Growth on lactate and uptake of radiolabeled lactate by S. ruminantium was stimulated by a filter-sterilized YEA-SACC filtrate.
(4) The results of Study 1 suggested the existence of six MHLC clusters: pure internal; double external; pure chance; yea sayer; nay sayer, and believer in control.
(5) The concentration of L-malic acid in the YEA-SACC filtrate was 4.9 mM, and it seemed that L-malic acid played a role in the stimulation of growth on lactate as well as lactate uptake by S. ruminantium treated with YEA-SACC.
(6) A cellular telephone allows the minors to contact the people who assist them in the various cities they go through,” notes a report on the enslavement of children published last yea¬r by Save the Children Italia.
(7) What matters is that they want to see a proper, comprehensive reform process.” Coca-Cola is one of five top-tier Fifa global partners who contribute a large proportion of the $1.62bn it earns from sponsors every four yeas.
(8) The matched groups did not differ in overall recognition accuracy, but the AD patients tended to have a more liberal ("yea-saying") response bias than did the HD patients.
(9) In downtown Yangon, where trees grow from the walls of crumbling British buildings, Yea Htun, an official from Myanmar’s election commission, told the Guardian that 400 of the 700 people registered in the area had turned up early to vote.
(10) And while it's certainly true that a "yea" vote last night will prove to be a risky one for some members, and will cost a few of them their jobs, even that reality is no justification for the preening and fretting we've witnessed in these recent weeks, weeks they could and should have spent promoting the bill.
(11) Co-op bank, which reported a £177m loss for the first six months of the yea r , said the FRC’s ruling was related to the way it had operated in the past.
(12) The objective of this study was to examine the effects of a Saccharomyces cerevisiae culture (YEA-SACC) on lactate utilization by the predominant ruminal bacterium Selenomonas ruminantium.
(13) In experiment I three sheep each consumed rations rich in concentrate (700 g concentrate, 200 g chopped wheat straw) or roughage (700 g artificially dried ryegrass, 200 g chopped wheat straw per animal per day) and supplemented with 0, 1, 2 or 4 g Yea-Sacc (Saccharomyces cerevisiae; USA) per sheep per day.
(14) Yea I was waiting for that one,” Donald Jr said in emails first reported by New York magazine .
(15) Depression was much higher if Yea-Sacc was added to the concentrate ration (overall mean for 24, 48 and 72 h incubation time: 55.1, 47.1, 46.1 and 44.5 for 0, 1, 2 and 4 g Yea-Sacc) than to the roughage diet (58.7, 56.3, 55.0 and 54.1%).
(16) Higher levels of added Yea-Sacc decreased in sacco dry matter degradability of all incubated feeds.
(17) Conservative prime minister Antonis Samaras's fragile three-party coalition, formed to save debt-ridden Greece from bankruptcy this time last yea,r has faced a massive backlash over the decision on 11 June to close ERT, with 2,700 staff put out of work.
(18) This experiment showed that abnormally conservative bias was characteristic of depression and liberal (yea-saying) bias was found in mania regardless of severity of illness; discrimination deficits were found only when symptoms were severe.
(19) So could bread prepared the slow old fashioned way, the way it was made before added gluten and fast-rising yeas became the norm, be a solution to the gluten intolerance epidemic?
(v. i.) Properly, a variant of the defective imperfect yode, but sometimes mistaken for a present. See the Note under Yede.