This structure will enable the road to stay open in a one in one hundred year flood event with the culvert structure handling a one in fifty year event, and the road surface carrying the excess water to a maximum depth of 150mm.
What does HYF stand for?
HYF stands for Hundred Year Flood (band)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 6 other meanings of HYF in our Acronym Attic
- Hope You Enjoyed It
- High Yield Early Lactating Cows
- Hypertension and Exposure to Noise Near Airports
- Hull Youth Enterprise Partnership (UK)
- Hydraulic Excavator
- Healing Yoga Foundation (San Francisco, CA)
- Henley Youth Festival (UK)
- High Yield Fund
- Hindu Youth Forum
- Hold Your Fire (Rush album)
- Helping You Find A Solution (Information Technology and Management Consultancy, Ltd.; Portugal)
- Hope You Feel Better
- Hydrogen Flame Emission Detector
- Hybrid Field Emission Display (Applied Nanotech)
- Hypersonic Flight Environmental Simulator
- Hybrid Neural Fuzzy Inference System
- Hypersonic Flight Experiment
- Hope You Found This Helpful
- Hate Your Guts (band)
- Here You Go
Samples in periodicals archive:
Dirty driving through the desert with Felicia Ford and Hundred Year Flood was simply the best piece of propaganda for lawlessness and blues-rock we saw all year.
A quip sloshing up and down the Missouri and Mississippi rivers goes something like this; "These hundred year floods seem to be occurring every few years now
He lends the album a slight alt-country flavor, but it's different enough from Hundred Year Flood to dismiss comparisons.
A good chunk of Frogville's musical family is on this year's bill, including Hundred Year Flood, Goshen (I just reviewed their pounding new EP, The Como Sessions, a few weeks ago), the Santa Fe All-Stars (Joe West, Sharon Gilchrist, Susan Hyde Holmes, and Ben Wright), Boris McCutcheon and the Saltlicks, Taarka (featuring Dave Tiller and Enion Pelta-Tiller of ThaMuseMeant), and Bill Hearne's Roadhouse Revue.
Speaking of great American bar bands, Hundred Year Flood is one group whose members I hope never go to law school.
Guests include Bill Palmer and Felecia Ford of Hundred Year Flood, mandolinist Sharon Gilchrist, and blues legend Taj Mahal, who takes up harmonica on "I Long (and Then I'm Gone).
A tale of the Flood: Frogfest 3 will be the first Hundred Year Flood performance since a very special concert on the Plaza last month -- the group's Santa Fe Bandstand gig.