dimble

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dimble

(ˈdɪmbəl)
n
(Physical Geography) dialect poetic archaic a wooded or shady hollow in the landscape
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Cecil Dimble, a literature don at Edgestow's Northumberland College, who with his wife joins St.
I called her Dimble. Like all cats, Dimble loved throat strokes, while I was content listening to her soothing purrs.
Text of Bill Gates lecture on polio eradication delivered on BBC-I on 29 January 2013, as the David Dimble by Lecture, William Henry 'Bill' Gates is an American business magnate, investor, programmer, inventor and philanthropist.
(The rival bids were to be known as Plans Dimble B and Dimble A.) In the first part each of the leaders would be free to make an opening statement and would then be questioned by Jonathan Dimbleby.
But there's no end to what these dimble brains will store in their air-conditioned stuff rooms.
Dimble, a member of this excursion, is to speak to Merlin in the language of Maleldil and to "stand firm.
Says Dimble, one of Ransom's faithful friends: "The Earth itself was more like an animal in those days.
Dimble claims that he is merely a "camp follower" because his arrival at St.
I MUST admit I thought Question Time on BBC1 was pulling our legs when David Dimble by introduced Claire Perry as a panel guest.
Lichfield District Council was supporting the Jigsaw Centre in Dimbles Lane with PS9,663 a year, but in January a review was ordered by a council committee.
Carroll, now 22, and Carl Keatley, now 28, followed Mr Eccles from the shop in the Dimbles area of Lichfield and set about him.
Maggie's patch is Curborough, which includes the Dimbles estate in Lichfield where father-of-five Michael Eccles was beaten to death two years ago.