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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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Two minutes later, Spartans doubled the lead as Dale picked up a back-pass from Meadows and went past Turner.
Then Mirfield's first pair won the first set in a tie-break against Denby Dale seconds.
Nicknamed 'The Kid',' Dale, 21, from Horsley Hill, South Shields, was a popular member of Horsley Hill Amateur Boxing Club, and last year defended his Tyne Tees and Wear 57 kilo crown for the third time.
Dale then nosed a scrappy encounter - Hawkins fouling twice on the cue ball - but once more failed to capitalise in the penultimate frame after an opening break of 47.
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Like Deliverance, Tuck and Dale Vs Evil enforces certain negative stereotypes.
Dale told me about how he traveled to Wisconsin and hunted with an outfitter whose land had been managed under a strict program since 1978.
We can celebrate the Dale we have known and we are privileged and honoured to have known him," she said.
Pathologist Dr Jan Lowe said Dale died due to toxicological effects.
But Dale also has a part in getting to know all the different animals who are featured in the following books, though each is the main character in their own book.
Dale asks, pouring another lemon drop from the pitcher that sits on the lip of the pool.
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