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dalle

A slab or large tile of stone, baked clay, etc., esp. a tile of which the surface is incised or otherwise ornamented, such as the medieval sepulchral slabs set in the pavement and walls of churches.
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I'm trying to understand what the point of their horrendous video is but I can't find one - Brody Dalle (@BrodyDalle) (https://twitter.
It's a cohesive, adventurous collection of tracks that retains the sharp, rock & roll edges that Dalle honed on the Distillers' 2003 opus, Coral Fang, but adds everything from sparse, haunting torch songs to hooky power ballads with bursts of surprising instrumentation.
The painting is representative of Kane's work: Dalle des Morts, or the Rapid of the Dead shows birchbark canoes descending rapids on the upper Columbia River in British Columbia.
Powerful and melodic, but with a rough edge that sounded as if she gargles with broken glass, Dalle has a sound all her own and it was incredible, even under the poor sound mix.
Marilyn Monroe, Beatrice Dalle in Betty Blue, Debbie Harry and Discharge.
Des actes de destruction volontaire sont bel et bien clairs tout autour d'une grande dalle portant des sujets graves dans le site de Boutarigt", indique jeudi un communique du Centre.
Certains relookent la devanture de leur magasin, d'autres changent le carrelage en le remplacant par de la dalle de sol et ce dans differents quartiers de la capitale.
It was a special thrill to be able to see it from the pope's palace," said Gi-annina Dalle Mese Zavala, a student from Mexico.
The Cherries had their chances in the first half, with United goalkeeper Adam Collin saving from the on-loan Fulham forward Lauri Dalle Valle and Jason Pearce while Murphy went close to a second, nodding over from six yards.
Captain Jace van Dijk, Tony Duggan, Darren Mapp, Mark Dalle Cort, Josh Hannay and Damien Quinn had their contracts terminated and were banned from the UK for 10 years.
First of all, we will highlight the strong links between the values held by its emblematic manager Francois Dalle and the firm's corporate culture, and then we would like to put into perspective the values/culture association with the entrepreneurial orientation and behaviour of L'Oreal.
Mark Dalle Cort immediately touched down in the corner and then Anthony Blackwood set up hooker Neil Budworth to score between the posts and break Gateshead's resistance.