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dene

1, dean
Brit a valley, esp one that is narrow and wooded

dene

2, dean
Dialect chiefly southern English a sandy stretch of land or dune near the sea
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He said they focused around an area of vegetation close to the top of a bank in the dene, not far from a horse-riding school.
Dene, 58, said: "It started off just as something to do.
Dene, famous for the hits Agadoo, Superman, Do The Conga, The Music Man and more, is appearing this Sunday, September 13, at the free End Of Summer Party, in Prestatyn, at The Conservative Club, Elden Avenue.
However, new information suggests that from 1879, the life of Leighton was interwoven with that of his model, Dorothy Dene (Ada Pullan, 1859-99; Fig.
When Jasmine meets Dene he's bidding on and buying about 20 items a day.
The Dene River Jazzmen: Allesley Hall Gardens, Coventry, 2.30pm, free.
A new partnership is in the works for the Birch Narrows Dene Nation and a Canadian oil company looking at developing the province's emerging oilsands industry.
Some will read Rogue Diamonds: Northern Riches on Dene Land as innocence (the Dene people, Athapaskans, whose language we English know as "Chipewyan") in a fallen world that falls farther as wealth tempts all and breaks the hearts of the old chiefs.
I AM writing concerning the proposed closure of the care establishments at Leighton Dene and Boaler Street, to register my dismay and disgust at a time when the older generation should be able to rely on care when it is needed.