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  • proper noun The Yorkshire Dales, an upland area, in Northern England.

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Examples

  • Capital Economics 'Paul Dales is one of many who believe that President Obama's plans for an infrastructure bank could make a quick dent in the unemployment rate.

    Where the Jobs Are

  • On the Russian invasion of Georgia Iain Dales asks 'What do we do?'

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • The newspapers and the blogosphere are alive with rumours of impending general elections, you can read Iain Dales's rumour-mongering here.

    The next election?

  • Just seen your reply on Iain Dales blog and I agree with every word ...

    Only The English are British

  • I don't know about feeling the love, I thought Iain Dales post about fanciable politicos was a disappointment - I kept thinking of Jeff Foxworthy and his man mantra: I want a beer and I want to see something naked.

    Only The English are British

  • The newspapers and the blogosphere are alive with rumours of impending general elections, you can read Iain Dales's rumour-mongering here.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • It would be interesting on the blogosphere, as people like The Devil would be still opposition bloggers, the Iain Dales would be cheering Camoron on ...

    The Two Faced Ginga Bastard

  • My remarks were following Iain Dales article in the telegraph which had some waffle about “Triangulation” in them the words we need are Cultural Capital.

    Whites Will Be A Minority in 20 Years

  • My remarks were following Iain Dales article in the telegraph which had some waffle about “Triangulation” in them the words we need are Cultural Capital.

    Archive 2007-08-26

  • Post of Sept. 26, 2005: Members of worldwide family meet up in Dales

    Archive 2005-09-01

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