dene

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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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In the event of this transpiring, our parks, denes and green spaces will end up a desolate wasteland haven for drug takers, alcoholics and mindless moronic plebs.
Why should we have to rely on volunteers to maintain our parks and denes - although their efforts are greatly appreciated by everyone?
"Denes has been playing in behind the striker and I just don't play that way in the first team,"
(1.) Denes E, Magy L, Pradeau K, Alain S, Weinbreck E Ranger-Roguez S.
As 52-year-old Denes tried to shut the bar at 11pm on his first day, one local told him: "No f*** way, we drink all the hours we like here."
Magda Denes, a New York City clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst,
Durham County Council has been awarded a grant of pounds 281,500 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop the magnesian limestone denes at Horden.
Denes, Service des Maladies Infectieuses et Tropicales, CHU Dupuytren, 2, Avenue Martin Luther King, 87042, Limoges Cedex; fax : (33)-5-55-05-66-48; email: eric.denes@unilim.fr
The steep sides of the coastal denes have saved them from development and agricultural use, and they have been left to nature.
For guides to the denes telephone Durham Wildlife Trust on (0191) 584-3112.
Environment Editor Tony Henderson visits the queen of the denes.
Cold Lake First Nations has two nations: Cree and the Dene who call themselves Denesuline.