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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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The co-ops' members typically are on the cutting edge of production techniques, says the co-op's board chairman, cherry grower Greg Johnson of The Dalles.
The employees will only be allowed to take classes that are not already full, said Nolan Young, city manager in The Dalles.
On Monday afternoon, four days late, they arrived in The Dalles, where they were headed before the crash to celebrate Dick's father's 90th birthday.
100,000 for public wi-fi, Over 80 access points now provide outside wi-fi connectivity throughout downtown The Dalles and surrounding areas.
com/) is the financial holding company for Columbia River Bank, which operates 21 branches located in The Dalles (2), Hood River, Bend (3), Madras, Redmond (2), Pendleton, Hermiston, McMinnville, Canby, and Newberg, Oregon, and in Goldendale, White Salmon, Sunnyside, Yakima, Vancouver, Pasco and Richland, Washington.
As Kellie Archer, UFCW Local 555 member and non-food employee at The Dalles Fred Meyer said, "If we had the Employee Free Choice Act, we would have a contract today.
Scope : Rehabilitation of a 35-ton tailrace gantry crane at the 1,780-MW Dalles hydropower project on the Columbia River.
THE DALLES - A plainclothes officer from The Dalles returned fire and killed a man fleeing from investigators who hoped to question him in a rape case.
com/) is the financial holding company for Columbia River Bank, which operates 22 branches located in The Dalles (2), Hood River, Bend (3), Madras, Redmond (2), Pendleton, Hermiston, McMinnville, Lake Oswego, Canby, and Newberg, Oregon, and in Goldendale, White Salmon, Sunnyside, Yakima, Vancouver, Pasco and Richland, Washington.
Confidential to Crying My Eyes Out in the Dalles, Ore.
The non-food employees at The Dalles Fred Meyer have been trying for over a year now to get a union contract.
John Dick, a gentle giant whose life took him from The Dalles to national prominence at the University of Oregon and into three of our nation's longest and costliest wars, died Thursday at the age of 92.