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  • proper n. River in Belgium


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  • What stimulated this sudden push forward is a standard called Dyle.

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  • Moreover, he had been obliged to pass the Dyle on the narrow bridge of

    Les Miserables

  • Look here, Martial, if you care to run the gauntlet of more flattering glances and inviting questions than you will ever again meet in the whole of your life, just try to get through the triple rampart which defends that Queen of Dyle, or

    Domestic Peace

  • Before I could do anything, a Dulnari got Dyle in the leg.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • We were circling back to Dyle when the med's egg-shaped pod whooshed out of the sky.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • It all seemed to be going well until Lieutenant Dyle shouted out over the radio.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • I wondered how close she and Dyle had truly become.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • I never liked Dyle, because he was always debating the political intricacies of the war -- how who was right all depended on your point of view, or how the interstellar corporations really controlled everything.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Victory over the Norse on the Dyle (Löwen, 891); resistance to the Slavic (Moravian) advance (893), with Magyar aid.

    i. Germany under the Carolingian and Saxon Emperors

  • Jean, with the waters of the River Dyle to protect their left and reasonable lateral roads to assist their march.



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