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  • n. Plural form of vale.

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Examples

  • And call the vales, and bid them hither caft Their bells, and flowrets of a thoufand hues.

    The Works of the English Poets.: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical

  • I receive "vales" and have medical insurance during my contracted time but not between contracts (between each semester and during the month of August.)

    Methods to be paid as an employee

  • Other benefits include Aguinaldo the famed "Christmas Bonus", even educational assistance for your family, and as you mentioned the supermarket "vales", and a savings plan, typically amounting to one month of salary in a year.

    Methods to be paid as an employee

  • When my husband and I were revving up to go to Thessaloniki some years ago – our last foreign jaunt – Helen said that we would drive through Tempe, loveliest of vales, on our way to Pelion.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Birdies, eagles and roars echoed through the azalea-bedecked vales.

    Dustin, Your Green Jacket Awaits

  • Sometimes, indeed, I dreamt that I wandered in flowery meadows and pleasant vales with the friends of my youth; but I awoke, and found myself in a dungeon.

    Chapter 23

  • All this was because of the madness which had come upon Jan -- the madness which comes upon a man who has stripped off the raw skin of earth and grovelled long in primal nakedness, and before whose eyes rises the fat vales of the homeland, and into whose nostrils steals the whiff of bay, and grass, and flower, and new-turned soil.

    JAN, THE UNREPENTANT

  • Sometimes, indeed, I dreamt that I wandered in flowery meadows and pleasant vales with the friends of my youth; but awoke, and found myself in a dungeon.

    Chapter 6

  • Rajkot-based vales maker, AVR Valves Private Limited is planning to raise Rs 100 crore through the initial public offering IPO during the current financial year.

    Morning News Roundup

  • What is to be learned of me now rests in memory; the interior, a country that contains ranges of mountains and their shadowed vales, the beds of alpine glens, the crevasse and its fall from which there is no return, and the summit from which one does not wish to return.

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