dale

[n] - (British) an open river valley (in a hilly area)
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Dale

• (n.) A trough or spout to carry off water, as from a pump. • (n.) A low place between hills; a vale or valley.
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dale

noun an open river valley (in a hilly area)
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Dale

[CDP] File:DaleWisconsinPostOffice.jpg|Post office File:DaleWisconsinSignWIS96.jpg|Entrance sign File:DaleWisconsinTownHallWIS96.jpg|Town hall for the town of Dale ...
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Dale

[crater] It is a relatively shallow and insignificant crater formation with a somewhat eroded outer rim. A smaller crater lies across the south-southwestern rim, creating a break into the interior. The rim is somewhat lower along the north edge than elsewhere, and the feature is marked only by a few tiny craterlets. ...
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Dale

[given name] Dale is a given name. Notable people with the name include: ...
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Dale

[landform] A dale is an open valley. The name is used when describing the physical geography of an area. It is used most frequently in the Lowlands of Scotland and in the North of England, where the term `fell` commonly refers to the mountains or hills that flank the dale. The word dale comes from the Old English word dael, from which the w...
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Dale

[Middlesex cricketer] Dale (first name unknown; dates unknown) was an English professional cricketer who made 22 known appearances in major cricket matches between 1789 and 1809. He was mainly associated with Montpelier and Middlesex; also played for All-England. ==External sources== ...
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Dale

[place name element] A dale is a valley. It was commonly used in northern England and southern Scotland to denote an open valley, contrasted with a gill or narrow valley. Places where dale is part of the name, but not the entire common name: United Kingdom United States Australia New Zealand Canada ...
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Dale

Dale noun [ Anglo-Saxon dæl ; akin to LG., D., Swedish , Dan., Old Saxon , & Goth. dal , Icelandic dalr , Old High German tal , German thal , and perhaps to Greek qo`los a rotunda, Sanskrit dhāra depth. Confer Dell .] 1. A ...
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dale

A valley open at both ends.
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Dale

Dale is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `from the valley` The name Dale is most commonly given to Scottish boys. (4 times more often than to American boys.) Although in most countries Dale is a name given to boys. In the United States, 1 out of 42 Dale`s are girls. What do they use in other countries? Dayle The name sounds like: ...
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Dale

Sir Henry Hallett, English physiologist and Nobel laureate, 1875-1968. ... See: Dale reaction, Dale-Feldberg law, Schultz-Dale reaction. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Dale

The USS Dale was an American Farragut Class destroyer of 1395 tons displacement launched in 1935. The USS Dale was powered by four Yarrow oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 36.5 knots and a range of 9600 km. She was armed with five 5 inch dual-purpose guns; four machine-guns and eight 21 inch torpedo tubes arranged in two quadruple arrang...
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Dale

Type: Term Pronunciation: dāl Definitions: 1. Sir Henry Hallett, English physiologist and Nobel laureate, 1875-1968. See: Dale reaction, Dale-Feldberg law, Schultz-Dale reaction
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