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dalesman

(ˈdeɪlzmən)
n, pl -men
a person living in a dale, esp in the dales of N England
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Noun1.dalesman - a person who lives in the dales of northern England
occupant, occupier, resident - someone who lives at a particular place for a prolonged period or who was born there
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The event organised by the Scottish Craft Butchers was sponsored by McAusland Crawford and Dalesman Group and attracted 276 entries from sausage makers all over Scotland from Orkney to Solway.
The event, organised by the Scottish Craft Butchers and sponsored by McAusland Crawford and Dalesman Group, attracted an entry of 276 from all over the country.
The Dalesman were never in the game with the bat, as Joe Marsay destroyed them claiming 7-35 in a brilliant spell of bowling, as he took the first six wickets to fall.
Paul, a former editor of the Dalesman magazine who now lives near Settle, said people who tipped the rubbish were criminals.
When applied in combination, certain stressors that on their own impede LTM block learning and all forms of memory (Dalesman et al., 2013).
Lead author Dr Sarah Dalesman, of Aberystwyth University, said; "We were quite surprised at how well the snails were able to learn during this very early phase of development.
Weeds cover the track, a reminder that few trains came this way during the line's last years HISTORY In 1968, a year before closure, a Dalesman railtour train creeps into Grassingto n station
Gervase continues to write a weekly column for the Yorkshire Post and a monthly piece for the Countryman magazine as well as occasional pieces for the Dalesman, Down Your Way, the Daily Mail, Daily Express and the Times Educational Supplement.
The Dalesman steam train was restored in Barry The Barry Rail Centre where the Barry10 engines remain in storage.
"Being able to remember which foods made them sick and which foods were alright will increase their probability of finding suitable food in the future," explained Dr Sarah Dalesman.
The new "Dalesman" website has been designed in collaboration with Digital Angels of York.
Shetland ponies Monty and Spangles met brewery Scottish & Newcastle's Cleveland bays Dalesman and Duke.