yex


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yex

(jɛks)
n, vb
a variant form of yesk
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There is no doubt that a pit house (lhiz qwen yex) or niyah qungh, if lived in periodically, is an example of how land can be used intensively, much less regularly.
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Jackson, 116 S.W.3d 757, 761 (Yex. 2003) (stating jurors are the sole judges of the credibility of the witnesses and the weight to be given their testimony).