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dingle

a small wooded dell

dingle

An obsolete term for a temporary enclosure constructed at the entrance to a building as protection against the weather.
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Dingle Point, a rocky outcrop, was known among religious local people as David's Throne and a nearby cave was dubbed Adam's Buttery.
People can come in here for $25 a month, $15 for students, so it is very reasonable," Dingle said.
Then it's just a small matter of 220 miles to walk in Ireland to make it to Dingle.
As you would expect, Dingle residents went into overdrive on social media.
Price includes Private coach travel from your local area Return ferry crossing from Holyhead to Dublin Five nights' stay with cooked breakfast Three course evening meal on Day 2, 3, 4 & 5 Visits to Tralee, Killarney, Dingle & Listowel Tour of the Ring of Kerry Tour of the Dingle peninsula Entrance to the Foynes Flying boat Museum & an Irish coffee Operated by Diamond Holidays.
Killed were motorcycle driver Raymond Macesar, 36, and his two passengers-Aldrin Palabrica, 19, and Alvin Sobrevega, 31-all from Dingle town.
ere were street markets, with the quaint Dingle lanes lined with stalls oering everything from Irish chorizo to hawthornberry syrup (good for the heart, apparently) from independent artisan producers who are celebrated at the weekend's National Irish Food Awards, a culmination of 2,000 products blind-tested across 90 categories.
That Tom Crean's lager is made at the town's Dingle Brewing Company and there is a new distillery, too, making whiskey, gin and vodka.
In addition to supplying a historical and stylistic context for his discussion of Messiaen's final works, Dingle examines the compositional techniques used in each piece, particularly as related to harmony.
Instead, the board took a step backward by putting County Counsel Stephen Dingle in charge of an outside investigation.
Dingle has a slightly stubborn, independent nature and isn't very obedient.