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dene

1, dean
Brit a valley, esp one that is narrow and wooded

dene

2, dean
Dialect chiefly southern English a sandy stretch of land or dune near the sea
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Over the ensuing decades, the Dene River songbook has now reached a bulging state, filled with close to 400 compositions.
However, a few changes needed to be made to transform it into the ideal family home for Dene, his wife Debbie and their five-year-old twins Farah and Jay.
The event will incorporate a raffle, with one of the prizes being a two-hour pastry experience at Jesmond Dene House, followed by afternoon tea and a glass of fizz.
Dene |Michael of Black Lace is appearing at the End Of Summer Party in Prestatyn this weekend
Dene returned to the London stage in June 1885, as Leighton's Serenely Wandering in a Trance of Sober Thought was on display at the Royal Academy.
A generation of the men of the Deline Dene First Nation have died - or are dying - before their time.
Serving high quality pub food at reasonable prices, the hotel's marketing manager, Nicky Sherman, says the venture - which will also feature four guest bedrooms - will not be another Jesmond Dene House, however.
The MOU we signed is really just a starting point," said Northlands Dene Chief John Dantouze.
The imported products will be shorter-margin goods to help retailers drive volume, Dene said.
Alberta Star is the first mineral exploration company in over 10 years to receive a Class "A"-5 Year drill permit in the Great Bear Lake Sahtu Dene Land settlement area for mineral exploration and diamond drilling.
Crimdon Dene Holiday Park has an indoor pool where guests can enjoy a range of activities, a swim in the pool or relax in the spa bath before being entertained all evening long.
The graffiti was discovered by dene ranger Mike Hancock at around 8.