St. Anthony Airport, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, by IATA code
Gwune language, by ISO 639-3 code
Yay language, an alternate name for Bouyei, in southern Guizhou Province in mainland China
Youth Assisting Youth, a volunteer-based peer mentoring program based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Schoolboy Q first premiered the song on March 22, 2013. It was produced by Canadian record producers Boi-1da and The Maven Boys. The song was described by Schoolboy Q as a "coming of age drug tale." On April 16, 2013 "Yay Yay" was released as a digital download as the album's first single. In a March interview with Vibe, after the interviewer referred to the song as the album's first single, Schoolboy Q stated "["Yay Yay"] is not a single, but it's a record we put out there." It was conclusively deemed a buzz single. In April, Schoolboy Q announced that an official remix of the song would be released featuring American rapper Young Jeezy. However, in August 2013, he would later tell MTV that the remix had not come together and would not be released.
The lake is the biggest in the Sultan Reedy National Park. The midpoint is at about 3820N 358E. The elevaation of its surface level is at 1,071 m (3,514 ft) above mean seas level. It is a shallow lake with an average depth of only 2 m (6.6 ft).
Its average surface area is about 20 km2 (7.7 sq mi). While it covers a much wider surface during the rainy season, its area fluctuates and it mostly dries up in the summer season. When at low ebb, salt is produced in the lake bed.
The precursor to Sony Yay was Animax, a different channel owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment, which began operations across India and the rest of Indian Subcontinent from 5 July 2004 with Irfan Pathan as a brand ambassador. Animax Indian Subcontinent started with 12 hours Hindi feed that targeted young kids and teens ages 714 and it had planned to launch Hindi and English language audio tracks but from 15 August 2006, Animax entirely shut down its Hindi feed and kept its English one, since it changed its target audience to the ages 1540 group.
On 1 January 2008, Animax South Asia merged with Animax Asia's programming feed, including all of its exclusive premieres. Animax India rebranded its logo along with Singapore on 4 May 2010. Animax became the first channel to simulcast the ultra popular series, Supernatural. Continuing with the sci-fi shows, Animax aired Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles for the first time in entire Asia. Animax also aired Korean entertainment shows like Live Power Music, Pretty Boys & Girls and Comedy Boot Camp in Korean audio with English subtitles. Animax added American reality shows to their list with the premiere of Scare Tactics. Animax also simulcasts the yearly Video Game Awards hosted by Spike TV.
With the premiere of Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan, Animax stopped dubbing anime and started airing them in Japanese audio with English subtitles. However, Animax continued to dub a few anime shows like the second season of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. Animax continued to simulcast all the shows aired on AXN, its sister channel. The Shows Ghost Adventures, Chuck and Fear Itself were originally aired on AXN India. In 2012, the channel stopped airing such shows and reverted to its old logo, and focused only on anime. Moreover, all DTH providers in India delisted Animax as the channel couldn't pay carriage fees. Animax made its way back into the DTH networks in 2016 with its addition on Tata Sky at LCN 686.
Animax ceased its operations in India and was replaced by Sony Yay on April 18, 2017. Sony Pictures Networks announed their plans to bring all anime content from Animax to its digital platform, Sony LIV. The channel is now available on the Sony LIV app for accounts with premium membership.