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Hal·lé

(ah-lā'),
Adrien J.M.N., French physician, 1859-1947. See: Hallé point.
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In the photograph, Halle - who was described by her parents Michael and Heather as"beautiful, sweet and incredibly bright"- looked the picture of health.
At an inquest into her death, a coroner ruled Halle died from Group A streptococcal septicaemia, which caused her to contract meningitis.
FRIDAY 21 DECEMBER, 7.30PM SATURDAY 15 DECEMBER, 1.30PM & 4PM SUNDAY 16 DECEMBER, 11AM & 1.30PM SATURDAY 22 DECEMBER, 3PM SUNDAY 23 DECEMBER, 3PM & 7.30PM HALLE CHRISTMAS HALLE CAROL THE SNOWMAN SCREENING WITH LIVE ORCHESTRA EXTRAVAGANZA Noah Stewart, one of the most sought after international classical crossover voices, returns to celebrate with the Halle and three choirs in this Christmas Extravaganza.
Halle [Germany], June 24 ( ANI ): Before heading into the Wimbledon, 20-time Grand Slam Champion Roger Federer will be looking to add another title to his kitty while facing Croatian Borna Coric in the final of the Halle Open here on Sunday.
Halle is beautiful and petite so I have no idea why she would need such big knickers?
"Halle's the third child - she has an 18-year-old sister, Amy, and a six-yearold brother, Ollie.
And despite battling the heartache of a third marriage split, Halle insisted: "I'm doing OK, I really am.
WHEN your are picking up a Global icon award you need frock that's worthy of your status and Halle Berry gets it bang on here wearing an Elie Saab black floral-embroidered gown with slit.
Our customers are using the local advantages at Leipzig/ Halle Airport, particularly for heavy-duty and oversized shipments, and the experience of our subsidiary PortGround in handling these kinds of loads," Markus Kopp, CEO at Mitteldeutsche Airport Holding, said.
STUNNING Halle Berry proves she has six appeal and a timeless quality in her latest blockbuster.