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Dale

(dāl),
Sir Henry Hallett, English physiologist and Nobel laureate, 1875-1968. See: Dale reaction, Dale-Feldberg law, Schultz-Dale reaction.
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Dale finds Charlie at the fence draped in a towel, staring at the rotten planks and posts, which she's asked Wyatt to fix every day since he's been back.
When Dale arrived in the house, he fell head over heels for fellow housemate Jennifer.
PLAIN SAILING: Mike Reynolds, director of Dale Motor Yachts, aboard a Dale Classic 45
The planting of the first trees near the location where Dale spent so much of his time and energy is an appropriate way to formally launch the Dale Earnhardt Forest," said Dick Baker, executive director of The Dale Earnhardt Foundation.
Dale Jones is one of those people, and I consider it a privilege and an honor to share with you some personal and heartfelt observations about this truly wonderful man.
It Takes a Smiling Raindrop by Dale Butler (The Writer's Machine $18.
After years of driven ambition and the pressures of proving himself professionally, Dale has found a way of putting those years of experience to good use.
Dale met the Men Behaving Badly star when he presented ITV's one-off Men For Sale Auction in 1998.
Gretchen Dale is the top choice to fill this expanded business unit," he said.
Bacteria basically weren't designed to live in this kind of niche," says Dale.
SIX-YEAR-OLD Thomas Knight already knows he wants to be a mortgage broker just like his father Dale.
dames Dale, which made it clear that the BSA would prevail in any further proceedings.