- n. Anglicized version of the 42nd most common Chinese surname.
“Ye have not heard his voice at any time,' might mean, '_Ye have never listened to his voice_,' or '_Ye have never obeyed his voice_' but the following phrase, 'nor seen his shape,' keeps us rather to the primary sense of the word _hear: 'The sound of his voice is unknown to you;”
“There aren't many names that appear higher in Ye Olde Book of Redskins Lore than Sonny Jurgensen and Sam Huff, but obviously they won't be part of the radio booth forever.”
“Ye Xiaowen [translator note: Ye is the director of State Bureau of Religious Affairs in China] 's comment that “all priest can pray and you don't need to seek one far away” is of bad intention to create conflicts between Taiwan religious sector and Dalai Lama.”
“Wu Liang Ye is too good to be eaten by delivery, it loses its luster.”
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“Duck Tongue at Wu Liang Ye from the same girl who tookthat picture above- Hello!”
“Wu Liang Ye is excellent, but too crowded at lunch.”
“: Aside from the pricey Wu Liang Ye, is there any really GOOD Chinese food in the West 40s?”
“Min Lee reports for the Canadian Press on China's strong showing this year; besides the Johnnie To hoopla, Lou Ye is a jury member.”
“As I may have mentioned a few times, I think Ben Peek may be one of the top five new writers in Ye Olde Genre which is another way of saying he's one of my fave five.”
“The Visitor said ... it is creepy but not an outright scare. makes me want to go to London and visit the churches! it gets a bit dragged down towards the end. but all in, a very intriguing novel and well-conceived. the guy's crazy to write whole chapters in Ye Olde English!”
‘Ye’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Ye.