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Hale

1. George Ellery. 1868--1938, US astronomer: undertook research into sunspots and invented the spectroheliograph
2. Sir Matthew. 1609--76, English judge and scholar; Lord Chief Justice (1671--76)

hale

In Hawaii, a primitive house, especially one consisting of a wood framework covered by thatched grass.
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Prior to joining Booz Allen, Hale served more than five years as Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).
Mr Hale said: "We consider Dave a valuable acquisition by Hale and we are delighted to welcome him on board.
Hale was named the fastest growing company by turnover in South West Wales and the 10th fastest growing company in all of Wales.
Hales was a graduate of the University of Utah and held a masters degree in business administration from Harvard.
Mr Hale spent 48 hours in hospital recovering from the stroke, it is believed.
Ambassador Hale affirmed Pakistan's role and great sacrifices in fight against terrorism.
The Hale Wind Project (105,000 acres) will mark the first Xcel-owned turbine farms in the companys Southwest Region, which includes Texas and New Mexico.
He said Hale was approached by four men wearing masks and recognised the one he owed the cash to, who he was not willing to name.
Hale was the special envoy for Middle East peace between 2011 and 2013, a deputy envoy from 2009 to 2011, and U.
The goal of Camp Hale is for each camper to leave camp with an enhanced sense of well-being, improved social skills, and awareness of personal potential.
Richard Hale Mr Hale also held executive roles at Hoskins and Horton Ltd, Gibbons Dudley, the Baron Group, Jeavons Engineering and Wm Boulton.
Hale, 39, who had been having an affair with a married man she met on the internet, gave Peter horny goat weed - a powerful aphrodisiac - then promised him sex in woods near their home in Bristol.