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Hales

(hālz),
Stephen, English physiologist, 1677-1761. See: Hales piesimeter.
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It was only the other day that Eben Hale was laid away in his stately marble mausoleum.
Hale opened the letter, read it, and tossed it upon my desk with a laugh.
Hale, when we say that we embark upon this course of action utterly devoid of animus.
Hale, our interests dictate us to demand of you twenty millions of dollars.
Hale said he would preserve it as a literary curiosity, and shoved it away in a pigeonhole.
Hale took up the paper, and after a brief search, read to me this account:
Hale and myself, and several more to be constantly on the vigil about the house and grounds.
Hale was at the telephone, warning the Inspector of the impending murder.
Hale was Clara's aunt--old stock that had crossed the Plains.
Hale knew Saxon's mother or, rather, her poems; and produced, not only "The Story of the Files," but a ponderous scrapbook which contained many of her mother's poems which Saxon had never seen.
Hale talked of her own Journey across the Plains, a little girl, in the late Fifties, and, like Mrs.
Hale took the tiny rattan beside the big Mission rocker, her slender hand curled like a tendril in Edmund's.