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dale

an open valley, usually in an area of low hills

Dale

Sir Henry Hallet. 1875--1968, English physiologist: shared a Nobel prize for physiology or medicine in 1936 with Otto Loewi for their work on the chemical transmission of nerve impulses
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Money raised from entry fees will go back into the societies and towards the Dales centenary fundraising.
Dale hadn't even bothered to carry out unpaid work from a previous crime when he sneaked into a Newcastle house looking to steal a car.
Now, after he admitted burglary with intent, a judge has deferred sentence and given him six months to stay out of trouble and told Dale if he does what he is told he won't be locked up.
The Dales Experience service will take people to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales from Sunday.
The service is provided by the Yorkshire Dales Society and the Yorkshire Dales Public Transport Users Group.
The incident happened when a man claiming to be a police officer called at the home of Mr Dale and his wife Betty in Ladywood, Birmingham.
Mrs Dale, aged 86, answered the door and let the man in.
Dales is looking forward to doing more work throughout Africa.
Dale, of Haig Crescent, Scotswood, Newcastle, has already racked-up more than 50 criminal convictions.
* He lists his main interest as: Yorkshire (and the Yorkshire Dales in particular); Wales; Germany and central Europe; walking, cycling, rural buses, railways, sustainable tourism and transport.
The company, established with the assistance of a Rural Enterprise Scheme grant from Defra, is a key part of a strategic alliance, which will provide livestock farmers in the Dales with a secure foundation on which to build more sustainable businesses.