Dale

A dale is a valley. The word dale comes from Old English dael and is related to Old Norse dalr. Dale or dales may also refer to:


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Will Davies - Character History
... In came DCI Dale Jackson, who took over the case and Will got major designs on his colleague, when he asked her to move in with the Davies ... and hoped that Will could find happiness with Dale, but Ben disliked the idea ... One night, Will was left shocked and devastated when he caught Dale and Ben in bed together ...
Dale Farm - Commentary
... The Peace and Progress Party has advocated on behalf of the Travellers at Dale Farm ... of Irish Travellers from an unauthorised encampment on the Dale Farm site in Basildon in 2005 ... an Irish and Romani Traveller community from Dale Farm in Essex ...
Hamilton Fincups - Players - Award Winners
... Dinty' Moore Trophy Best Rookie GAA 1975–76 - Dale McCourt, William Hanley Trophy Most Sportsmanlike Player 1976–77 - Dale McCourt, William Hanley Trophy Most Sportsmanlike Player 1976–77 - Dale McCourt, Red ...
Dale, Sel
... Dale is a village in the municipality of Sel, Norway, located a few kilometres west of Otta, upstream on the Otta River ...
Euan Dale
... Euan Dale (born 18 December 1985 Edinburgh) is a Loughborough-based Scottish swimmer who swam at the 2006 Commonwealth Games and also featured in the 4×200 m freestyle ... Also, Dale himself won a silver in the men's 400 metres individual medley ... Dale represented Great Britain at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the 400 m individual relay swimming event ...

Famous quotes containing the word dale:

    Now the bright morning star, day’s harbinger,
    Comes dancing from the east, and leads with her
    The flow’ry May, who from her green lap throws
    The yellow cowslip and the pale primrose.
    Hail, bounteous May, that dost inspire
    Mirth and youth and warm desire!
    Woods and groves are of thy dressing,
    Hill and dale doth boast thy blessing.
    John Milton (1608–1674)

    Hail, bounteous May, that does inspire
    Mirth and youth and warm desire!
    Woods and groves are of thy dressing,
    Hill and dale doth boast thy blessing.
    Thus we salute thee with our early song,
    And welcome thee, and wish thee long.
    John Milton (1608–1674)

    I am a working woman. I take care of a home. I hold down a job. I am nuts.
    —Barbara Dale (b. 1940)