tye


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tye

(taɪ)
n
(in mining) a trough used to separate valuable material from dross
vb (intr)
(in mining) to isolate valuable material from dross using a tye
Translations
References in classic literature ?
Please send me my desk and some CLOTHS--I'm in pumps and a white tye (something like Miss M's stockings)--I've seventy in it.
Roy had one major slice of luck when he was caught behind from a no-ball but looked set fair until he aimed a booming drive at Tye and skied a catch to mid-off.
We are bummed Fieldy can't join us on this run but excited to do a few gigs with a young player like Tye.
Although Frege's puzzle of identity (1892) is familiar, a brief reminder may be important for understanding where Sainsbury and Tye go wrong in their solution.
After hearing about drones being used for home tours out west, Tye bought a remote control helicopter, attached a GoPro camera to it and started making videos from the sky of properties he was selling.
Chris Ganderton at the Tonfanau Circuit (above) and Paul Tye in action (left) Pics: Steve Snelling
Mr Tye said: "The quantities of alcohol they're drinking is greater.
Tye, a former Boston Globe reporter, will likely have a rapt audience for his discussion of the book Thursday at Congregation Beth Israel, 15 Jamesbury Drive.
Tye said customers would be hit harder if the Government go ahead with another alcohol duty rise.
The whole time it was kind of a blur to me," Tye Mallet said.
Herein, we describe the evaluation of a patient who had BRAO and the clinical efficacy of the TYE on BRAO with visible embolus.
Tye Gobaith, the only children's hospice in North Wales, received the most votes out of a dozen worthy causes.