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Tin·dal

or Tin·dale  (tĭn′dl), William
See William Tyndale.

Tyn·dale

also Tin·dal or Tin·dale  (tĭn′dl), William 1494?-1536.
English religious reformer and martyr whose translation of the New Testament was the basis of the King James Bible.

Tindal

(ˈtɪndəl) or

Tindale

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(Biography) variant spellings of (William) Tyndale
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Noun1.Tindal - English translator and Protestant martyrTindal - English translator and Protestant martyr; his translation of the Bible into English (which later formed the basis for the King James Version) aroused ecclesiastical opposition; he left England in 1524 and was burned at the stake in Antwerp as a heretic (1494-1536)
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Site leader David Tindal, who has had a hand in the design of the new facility and will manage it when it is up and running, said: "We have announced 400 permanent jobs to start with but in busy times it could more than double.
Jailing Hepburn at Hereford Crown Court yesterday, Judge Jim Tindal told the "immature" cricketer he and a former team mate had agreed a "pathetic sexist game to collect as many sexual encounters as possible".
Jailing Hepburn at Hereford crown court, Judge Jim Tindal told him: "You thought you were God's gift to women.
Jailing Hepburn at Hereford Crown Court yesterday, Judge Jim Tindal told the cricketer he and a former team mate had agreed a "pathetic sexist game to collect as many sexual encounters as possible".
Jailing Hepburn at Hereford Crown Court yesterday, Judge Jim Tindal told the "immature" cricketer he and a former teammate had agreed a "pathetic sexist game to collect as many sexual encounters as possible".
Judge Jim Tindal told Hepburn, stood in the dock wearing a suit while members of his family looked on, he had seen his victim "at that moment, as a piece of meat, not a woman entitled to respect".
Hepburn will be sentenced at Hereford Crown Court on 30 April and was told by Judge Jim Tindal that a custodial sentence was inevitable.
The Turnbull Government will invest around $110 million at RAAF Base Tindal to support Australias cutting edge new MQ-4C Triton remotely piloted aircraft, with Northern Territory businesses in the box seat to help deliver the infrastructure project.
This study documents the production of tree bark handicrafts by the Dusun Tindal ethnic group of the Kota Belud District in Sabah.
Nick Wilkinson fished Redscar, catching sea-trout of 4lb 8oz, 3lb and 2lb 8oz, while Martin Pepper from Cockermouth, Cumbria caught two sea-trout at 2lb 8oz and another of 2lb on Upper Tindal House spinning.
This image indicates that during their travels the firm also photographed local working people and holidaymakers who might be persuaded to buy copies as souvenirs; RIGHT, TOP: Tindal Street, Chelmsford, 1920.
It will be later be put up at The Ark Academy in Tindal Street, as John Bowen built the school and for a time lived in Tindal Street.