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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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Liverpool Coroner's Court heard it was at this point that Dale, originally from Billinge in St Helens but living in Wigan, suggested going onto one of the boats in the dock.
While Dale was an easy choice to top our list of the 10 most influential people of the past quarter century, it was much more difficult to narrow down the rest of the picks--so many have made an impact on the industry.
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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He began in the final with a break of 61, and after giving Bingham a half-chance with four minutes remaining it was a relieved Dale who came back to the table when his English opponent missed pink.
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.
"This was a senseless and cruel act, targeting someone whose role was to help the people of Pakistan, and causing immeasurable pain to those who knew Mr Dale," he said adding, "My thoughts are with them and with all those who have dedicated their lives to assisting the world's most vulnerable people through the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement."
In tribute to Dale she said: "He was a shining star that gave them a lot to be proud of.
Dale's story is about hatching from an egg and being a bit scared of the water when his mother takes him to swim.
The court heard that results from a toxicology report found Dale had traces of cannabis in his system, but Mr Cotter concluded that did not play a part in the accident.
"But how can Angus go from me to him?" Dale asks, pouring another lemon drop from the pitcher that sits on the lip of the pool.