Dingle

• (n.) A narrow dale; a small dell; a small, secluded, and embowered valley.
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Dingle

Din'gle noun [ Of uncertain origin: confer Anglo-Saxon ding prison; or perhaps akin to dimble .] A narrow dale; a small dell; a small, secluded, and embowered valley.
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dingle

a deep, wooded valley.
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dingle

a steal that leads to a quick turnover and score.
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Dingle

Branches which are placed in front of a light as a cookie would to cut the light and provide a shadow pattern. (Grip/Lighting)
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Dingle

peninsula and bay in County Kerry, on the southwestern coast of Ireland. The peninsula begins south of Tralee as the Slieve Mish range, with ... [1 related articles]
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