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Dahl

Roald . 1916--90, British writer with Norwegian parents, noted for his short stories and such children's books as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1964)
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Dahl is a firm supporter of the state's prevailing wage law.
Dahl couldn't believe science "couldn't produce one little clogproof tube".
Seven Stories' Roald Dahl inspired weekend is a precursor to its spectacular October half-term line-up which will be Roald dedicated to the darker side of Dahl.
The Dahls had a snooker room and dad used to go on a Wednesday and Sunday to play with Mr Dahl.
Dahl joined the company in 1999 as president and CEO of TCF Equipment Finance Inc and was later named president and CEO of Winthrop Resources Corporation.
Oakham Library, in Tividale, is also encouraging its Dahl (and Quentin Blake) fans to get creative and has asked them to draw a picture of their favourite Roald Dahl character.
The Birmingham Stage Company, who have a rich tradition of staging Dahl's books, as well as other family favourites including The Jungle Book and Horrible Histories, are bringing the production to the King's Theatre in Edinburgh and producer Neal Foster is delighted that it coincides with the annual Dahl day.
September is the month when we remember the magic of one of the world's top storytellers - Roald Dahl.
Fantastic Mr Dahl ROSEN, Michael (text) Quentin Blake (illus.