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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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Anita Bhardwaj, Liverpool area coroner, concluded the cause of Dale's death was drowning and that he died as a result of a "tragic accident".
Dale was an early supporter of Cheers when we first started out in 1990; he was at that time, as many know, the head bartender at New York's acclaimed Rainbow Room.
Welshman Dale, competing in his first Crucible quarter-final for 14 years, could post little response as Hawkins needs just two more frames in this afternoon's final session to clinch victory.
But Hawkins continued to up the tempo with contributions of 92 and 88, as Dale hung in there by edging a lengthy frame in between.
Embassy, and Senior Vice President of Dale Carnegie & Associates Jean-Lois Van Doorne spoke at the opening ceremony in Astana.
Ash Manor Cheese will give Dale Farm an established cheese grating, slicing and packing operation which will complement Dale Farm's existing cheese making and packing capacity at Dunmanbridge, Cookstown.
After coming through five rounds to reach a final against world number 27 Stuart Bingham, the 29th-ranked Welshman Dale seized his chance to land the title and PS32,000 pay day.
The company added Dale has stepped down as its chief financial officer, treasurer and secretary to pursue other interests.
Tuck and Dale Vs Evil inverts the plot of Deliverance only in that the "country folk" are victimized by a bevy of preppy suburban college kids.
Khalil Dale was kidnapped in January was found dead in Quetta.
His good friend Johnathan Dale Jones, also aged 18 from Ruabon, died in the crash too and was buried at the village cemetery on Thursday.