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  • n. Plural form of dale.


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  • Michoacán and its 213 km. of coastline, blanketed with palm groves and wooded dales, is connected with the neighboring states of Colima and Guerrero by Federal Highway 200 and with Morelia by the new Morelia - Lázaro Cárdenas toll road, designed to connect the city with the shore in only four and a half hours.

    Guide to alternative tourism in Michoacán

  • Do you know what Mutley I was only posting on my good friend and wannabe lover Mr Iain dales site that the Doughty Street thingy should be more plural.

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  • Akka had shown him deep-hidden mountain dales and had let him peep into caves where mother wolves brought up their young.

    Further Adventures of Nils

  • In a small grey town of stone in one of the great Yorkshire dales, which is full of history, I entered a hall and saw an old puppet-play exactly as our fathers saw it five hundred years ago.

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  • (consistent with builds), though Intel likely saw some additional strength in Nehalem server shipments and in its new "dales" - based notebook offering. News Articles

  • Hilary Swank is set to star in a remake of the French thriller Dédales which is a psychological thriller about a mental patient with multiple personalities who knows the identity of a serial killer.

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  • The Scottish "dales" are the English "deals," that is, sawn boards or planks.

    Journal of a Lady of Quality; Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the Years 1774 to 1776

  • Their diversity depends on a traditional cycle of management that allows flowers to set seed before hay making, which is followed by a short period of grazing the "aftermath" as it's known here in the Pennine dales and then the lightest of applications of farmyard manure.

    Make hay meadow photos while the sun shines | Phil Gates

  • For the big picture, remember that hay meadows tend to be surrounded by regionally distinctive boundaries like the drystone walls and barns of the Yorkshire dales.

    Make hay meadow photos while the sun shines | Phil Gates

  • The whole spot is Hills and dales, the roads in places steep and overhung with wood, in short I can say with certainty the scene is such a one as your Suffolk neighbours are unacquainted with, and such a one as I never saw before.

    Letter 106


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