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dale

an open valley, usually in an area of low hills

Dale

Sir Henry Hallet. 1875--1968, English physiologist: shared a Nobel prize for physiology or medicine in 1936 with Otto Loewi for their work on the chemical transmission of nerve impulses
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Dale the Duck 1SBN 9781921673009; Dale's Friend Lillie the Lamb ISBN 9781921673030; Dale's Friend Sammy the Sheepdog ISBN 9781921673023 $14.
You blindsided me, Dale would've said, thinking of Angus's request.
Clearly disappointed, Dale hugged the remaining housemates and said: "I can't believe I'm going.
Dale Sailing Company was founded in 1961 by Mr Reynolds' father.
The partnership between AMERICAN FORESTS and The Dale Earnhardt Foundation was announced with the planting of seven trees--symbolizing Earnhardt's seven NASCAR championships--at Dale Earnhardt Day, which coincides with Arbor Day and the late racing legend's birthday.
I am grateful to have had the opportunity to know, work with, and learn from Dale Jones, but more importantly, I am most grateful to have enjoyed his friendship.
Eva Hodgson, Jo Carol Robinson, Rhonda Simmons, Shanda Simmons, Yvette Swan, Carol Lee Trott and Kim Young Edited by Dale Butler, (The Writer's Machine, $10.
A portion of the proceeds from sales of the shotgun will be donated to the Dale Earnhardt Foundation.
Broadway veteran and Tony Award-winner Grover Dale tells it like it is in his audition-training workshop, "Knowledge Central for the New Dancer.
WE'VE had a bit of fun with guessing just who the mystery married man or woman that Dale is crazy about could possibly be.
In her new position, based here, Dale will report to Scott Shimizu, executive vice president of sales and marketing.
Colin Dale of Moran's lab points out that Wigglesworthii, a bacterium within the blood-feeding tse-tse fly, underwent genome reduction as drastic as Buchnera's.