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"You've Got" the Touch

a song made famous by the country music band AlabamaSource: Wikipedia

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'Y

’Y is a digraph used in the Bari alphabet to write the sound (IPA: /ʔʲ/)Source: Wikipedia

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(You Drive Me) Crazy

" Crazy" is the third single from pop singer Britney Spears, originally released from her debut album ...Baby One More Time in the third quarter of 1999, but was also later included on her compilation Greatest Hits: My PrerogativeSource: Wikipedia

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(You Got) The Power of Love

The Everly Brothers recorded "(You Got) The Power Of Love", written by Bonnie Bramlett and Joey Cooper, in Hollywood on February 3 1966Source: Wikipedia

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(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right

the first single released from the Beastie Boys' breakthrough album, Licensed to Ill (1986)Source: Wikipedia

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(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman

"(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman" was released as a promotional single by Céline Dion on October 23 1995 in the United States, Canada and AustraliaSource: Wikipedia

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(You Want To) Make a Memory

" Make a Memory" is a song by Bon Jovi, which was released as the first single from their tenth studio album Lost HighwaySource: Wikipedia

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(You're My) Soul and Inspiration

the first major hit for the Righteous Brothers after parting ways with their long time producer, Phil Spector, as well as the title track to the albumSource: Wikipedia

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(You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care

" Baby I Don't Care" is a song written in 1957 by Jerry Leiber and Mike StollerSource: Wikipedia

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(You're The) Devil in Disguise

a UK number 1 single by Elvis PresleySource: Wikipedia

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(You're) Having My Baby

Anka — whose last chart-topping hit was 1959's "Lonely Boy" — had written the song for his wife and their four daughters while appearing at Lake TahoeSource: Wikipedia

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(You've Got Me) Dangling on a String

" Dangling on a String" is a pop song performed by Donny OsmondSource: Wikipedia

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(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher

" Higher and Higher" is a song performed by American R&B artist Jackie Wilson, from his 1967 album of the same nameSource: Wikipedia

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(You’re My) Dream Come True

a 1962 single by The TemptationsSource: Wikipedia

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-yl

The suffix -yl is used in organic chemistry to form names of radicals, either separate or as chemically bonded parts of moleculesSource: Wikipedia

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-yllion

a proposal from Donald Knuth for the terminology and symbols of an alternate decimal superbase systemSource: Wikipedia

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-yne

The suffix -yne is used in organic chemistry to form names of organic compounds containing the -C≡C- group, known generally as alkynesSource: Wikipedia

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.ye

the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for YemenSource: Wikipedia

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.yt

the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for MayotteSource: Wikipedia

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.yu

the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) assigned to YugoslaviaSource: Wikipedia

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2YOU

a community radio station broadcasting to Tamworth, NSWSource: Wikipedia

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2YYY

an community radio station which broadcasts on 92.3 MHz FM on a temporary community radio broadcasting licence in Young, New South Wales which begin broadcasting in September 2004Source: Wikipedia

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5Y3

a medium-power directly-heated rectifier vacuum tube introduced by RCA in 1935Source: Wikipedia

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¡Ya basta!

a phrase in Spanish roughly approximate to "Enough is enough!" in EnglishSource: Wikipedia

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¡YA!

the third studio album by German latin-pop band MarquessSource: Wikipedia

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Øy

a digraph used in Norwegian to write the sound (IPA: /øʏ/)Source: Wikipedia

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Øya

a location in Trondheim, Norway that is a peninsula in the river Nidelva, with Elgeseter to the eastSource: Wikipedia

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Øya stadion

an athletics facility in Nidarø i TrondheimSource: Wikipedia

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Øyafestivalen

an annual Norwegian music festival held in Middelalderparken (lit. the Medieval Park), OsloSource: Wikipedia

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ØyaKino

a film festival held annually in Oslo, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyangen

the following lakes in NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyangen

a lake in the municipalities of Gran in Oppland county and Hurdal in Akershus county, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyangen

a lake in the municipality of Nord-Fron in Oppland county, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyangen

a lake in the municipality of Ringerike in Buskerud county, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyangen

a lake in the municipalities of Vestre Slidre, Øystre Slidre and Vang in Oppland county, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyangsvatnet

a lake in the municipality of Agdenes in Sør-Trøndelag county, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyarvatnet

a lake in the municipality of Valle in Aust-Agder county and Sirdal in Vest-Agder county, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øye

the following locationsSource: Wikipedia

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Øye stave church

(Øye stavkyrkje) is situated in Øye, a village in the municipality of Vang, Oppland county, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyeflaten Station

a railway station on Bergensbanen located at Øyeflaten in Voss, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyenkilen

a village in the southern part of Fredrikstad municipality, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyer

a municipality in the county of Oppland, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyeren

a lake in the Glomma river watershed, southeast of LillestrømSource: Wikipedia

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Øyestad

a former municipality in Aust-Agder county, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyfjell

a village in Vinje municipality, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øygarden

a municipality in Hordaland county, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øymark

a former municipality in Østfold county, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øymarksjøen

a lake in the municipalities of Aremark and Marker in Østfold county, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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Øyslebø

a village in the municipality of Marnardal, NorwaySource: Wikipedia

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