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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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A local housing association in Dingle will also benefit.
LIGHT BURNER lifted the Premio Campobello (Listed) at San Siro, Milan, yesterday, in which Michael Bell's Pride Of Dingle finished third after being caught close home.
He first showed up in Dingle in 1984, escorting fishing boats in and out of the harbour.
Dingle was appointed to his current position on June 3, 2001, following the Saudi Arabian Government's announcement of ExxonMobil as the leader and operator for Core Venture 1 in the Saudi Arabian Gas Initiative.
The council's executive board has decided to listen to councillors' concerns about all disputed signs throughout Liverpool, but in the meantime the board declined to remove the offending markers for the Aigburth and Dingle areas.
Similarly, Dingle offers a good range of reasonably priced homes.
Dingle, "We welcome a new investor to PVC Funding and are pleased to have more favorable terms on this note.
THIS superb new luxury development is situated at the foot of the Conor Pass just five minutes from Dingle Town.
Ms Ncube, 28, is originally from Zimbabwe and was stabbed when she was in the kitchen of her home in Bowood Street, Dingle, on August 6.
But Nick Small, cabinet member for employment, enterprise and skills, said it was not responsible for Dingle Opportunities telling its staff to report to the council.
FORMER Windsor racecourse manager Sally Dingle had her farewell marked on Wednesday evening with a surprise "This Is Your Life" party at Ascot.
Parts of the Dingle reserve at Llangefni in Anglesey are under siege from a 10ft plant, which normally grows in the shadow of Everest.