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- n. The yale (also "centicore", Latin "eale") is a mythical beast found in European mythology. Most descriptions make it an antelope- or goat-like four-legged creature with large horns that it can swivel in any direction.
- n. Obsolete form of ale.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Ale.
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When all the atmosphere is tremulous with airs from heaven or blasts from hell, must we, forsooth! stop and philosophically investigate what Hamlet means by a "_dram of eale" _?
But perhaps the palm among these mediæval monsters is held by the eale, or, as it became later, the yale or jall; that strange beast which has survived -- in effigy at least -- unto our own times.
He is no mere traitor or felon knight, much less a coward, from the first; but at that first shows a mixture of good and bad qualities in which the "dram of eale" does its usual office.
This slurred _evil_ is 'the dram of _eale_' in 'Hamlet.'
Electing C.airman and C.ief Executive Officer John W. Gibson to the additional role of president and Terry K. Spencer to the board of directors and as chief operating officer, associated with the retirement of James C. K.eale.
In Tadalafil blood Sialisom coalis not urgent severe the an active ingredient there than is eale have FDE6 obtaining retina.
The natives are more robuft, aaive, intelligent, and courageous; and have defended their liberty with \yef - ievering fortitude aguinft the Europeans, who iubdued the other rude nations of America with the greateft eale.
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Conneftcd with this, we may mention another advantage which the States polfels: this is the eale with which the produce of one State may be conveyed, by water, to ano - ther, with a very trivial addition of expenfe.
Finding little to gratity curiolity here, our author rclnrned to Beit-el-Fakih, and being now con - vinced of ihc eale and fecurily with whii: h a pcr - tan might travel through Yemen, Ibon al'teir fet out for Kalihme.
Some yield with eale, while fome their polls maintain;