Dales


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Dales

(deɪlz)
pl n
(Placename) the Dales (sometimes not capital) short for the Yorkshire Dales

Dales

(deɪlz)
n
(Veterinary Science) a strong working breed of pony, originating from Yorkshire and Durham
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I can harp another tune that will bring loving souls together though they were up hill and down dale five good miles away from each other.
Dost thou not come from the Dale of Rotherstream, over beyond Stavely?
So he told them how he had come from York to the sweet vale of Rother, traveling the country through as a minstrel, stopping now at castle, now at hall, and now at farmhouse; how he had spent one sweet evening in a certain broad, low farmhouse, where he sang before a stout franklin and a maiden as pure and lovely as the first snowdrop of spring; how he had played and sung to her, and how sweet Ellen o' the Dale had listened to him and had loved him.
Jasper Dale must be nearly twenty years older than her--and he's so queer and shy--and such a hermit.
Our advanced line, already in action, could be heard briskly exchanging shots with the enemy in the dale.
Dale, Spiggot, and Dale, of Threadneedle Street, indeed), who, having had dealings with the old man, and kindnesses from him in days when he was kind to everybody with whom he dealt, sent this little spar out of the wreck with their love to good Mrs.