dargle


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dargle

(ˈdɑːɡəl)
n
a wooded hollow
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| Lt Tom Paterson Owens CBE (b.1888 Liverpool d.1968 Dargle, South Africa) Lt in Kings African Rifles, 1918, chasing the elusive Germans out of East Africa.
"Blessed is Waxie's Dargle. Blessed is the Foggy Dew.
She was led early by Javielenko's litter-sister Droopys Dargle but took over with a circuit to go and drove clear for a sevenlength margin in an excellent 41.69sec, the same time she had returned in the first round.
The 56-year-old remains in a critical condition at St Vincent's Hospital Dublin after he was discovered on Dargle Road in Bray, Co Wicklow, on Tuesday.
Irish trainers have a particularly strong hand that also includes Mullins' Sempre Medici (11st 10lb) and Renneti (11st 6lb), Noel Meade's Waxies Dargle (10st 9lb) and Tony Martin's Whatsforuwontgobyu (10st).
WAXIES Dargle is the tentative choice in a bid to solve the yearly head-scratcher that is the Ladbroke at Ascot.
NOEL Meade is aiming Waxies Dargle at The Ladbroke at Ascot on December 19.
Waxies Dargle (7-1) was third ahead of Renneti (9-1) while the 6-1 joint favourites Nabucco and Mick Jazz never posed a threat.
In addition to poetry, Boran and Smyth include many songs: "Dicey Reilly," "The Zoological Gardens," "The Humours of Donnybrook," "The Waxies Dargle," and James Yorkston's "Molly Malone (Cockles and Mussels)" and Liam Reilly's "Summer in Dublin," (Bagatelle) as well as lyrics by Zozimus and Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy).
He entered his farming endeavours with zest and immense enjoyment, first in the Karkloof area outside Howick and later in the Dargle valley.
Type loc.: Inhluzan(i) Mountain [Nhlosane], Dargle, KwaZulu-Natal [Mrs Shaw].