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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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Derek Dale, aged 47, a company director from Feckenham, Worcestershire, said his father was an energetic pensioner who cycled for charity and was always ready to help others.
Mr Dale and his wife live on a street near to the rear of the National Indoor Arena and West Midlands Police yesterday appealed for anyone who might have seen the attacker leaving the area.
Mrs Dale was treated for cuts before being discharged from City Hospital.
Enclosed now in Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Dales are five idyllic valleys spread out like fingers in a glove through the Pennines, the range of craggy hills running down the spine of northern England.
It was here, in the late 1930s, that Herriot did much of his early Dales veterinary work as an assistant to Frank Bingham.
Photo: (1--Color) Yorkshire Dales area in England's New Yorkshire offers a wealth of country paths to amble along, as well as compelling vistas.