Whyre - definition of whyre by The Free Dictionary
why're (ˈʰwaɪ ər, ˈwaɪ-)
contraction of why are.
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, a technology start-up based in Singapore, has launched Argon Transform, the world's first dual-camera Augmented Reality attachment designed to make any motorcycle helmet smart and interactive.
emphasized that HCFA's coverage decision should nor be interpreted as an overturning of the Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee panel's findings.
Felix Frankfurter wrote that "Marshall's use of the commerce clause greatly furthered the idea that though we are a federation of states we are also a nation, and gave momentum to the doctrine that state authority must be subject to such limitations the Court finds it necessary to apply for the protection of the national community." Felix Frankfurter, The Commerce Clause Under Marshall, Taney and Whyre
Paul Bell also notched twice and John Whyres
scored two for Wallsend Labour in a 3-0 success at Walker Jubilee.