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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 mysteries: Why do they all have biblical names when they'd only go to church to nick lead off the roof?
VISITING: If you are travelling any distance to attend the Tolkien Weekend, make time to enjoy The Dingles and/or Moseley Bog, too.
The A4040 outer circle bus route has stops in between The Dingles and Sarehole Mill.
But Eli broke Rule Number One - A Dingle looks after their own.
Excommunicated by the Dingle clan (again), Eli's festering jealousy of Marlon boils over (how galling it must be to be envious of a lanky buffoon in checked trousers).
Not for the first time where the Dingles are concerned this was something of a stitch-up.
The head of the family, Zak Dingle, has gone off to Chile hunting for buried treasure (no, really, he has), leaving Lisa, susceptible to the actually-quite-resistable charms of his brother Shadrack.
During an unlikely trip to Australia, the Woolpackers chased their Dingle relatives and learned that 200 years ago most of them were sheep thieves.
There were street markets, with the quaint Dingle lanes lined with stalls offering 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.
at Tom Crean's lager is made T at the town's Dingle Brewing Company and there is a new distillery, too, making whiskey, gin and vodka.
Love life: Zak Dingle has the biggest TV family since the Ewings, we'd be amazed if Steve's even came close to the same size.