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Synonyms for dingle

a small wooded hollow


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It's been on the cards for a while but the Dingles are not prepared to let their home go without a fight, and rightly so.
The Dingle district gets its name from a small wooded dell - wealthy merchants built four adjacent mansions called Dingle Bank, West and East Dingle and Dingle Field.
Managing director Ashley Dingle said the cost to use the lab is set up similar to the pricing for a gym membership.
Tenders are invited for The Subject Scheme (N86 Dingle To Camp Road Improvement Scheme) ("The Project") Forms Part Of The N86 Dingle To Annascaul And Gortbreagoge To Camp Road Improvement Scheme (The Overall Scheme~).
Alan Creedon, who is from Dingle in Ireland, set off on the 400-mile journey on May 6 and is about to enter his last leg in North Wales.
The new presenters arrived at the specially organised game between Dingle GAA Club and An Ghaeltacht, which was to be the centre of a film shoot, and which was clearly well-received by the locals.
Killarney, Dingle & the Ring of Kerry 30 April & 7 October 2016 6 days from PS499 Remote, rugged and romantic, this part of Ireland is especially known for its scenery and our Irish jaunt includes two scenic drives, a visit to the literary capital of Listowel and a taste of an original Irish coffee.
ILOILO CITY -- Three men were killed on Friday when the motorcycle they were riding rammed into the rear of a truck loaded with sugarcane in Dingle town, Iloilo.
I think I saw tears in those eyes when I told him I was going to Kerry for the famous Dingle Peninsula Food Festival, when the pretty town comes together to toast all that is wonderful in Irish cuisine.
There were street markets, with the quaint Dingle lanes lined with stalls offering everything from Irish chorizo to hawthornberry syrup (good for the heart, apparently) from independent artisan producers who are celebrated at the weekend's National Irish Food Awards, a culmination of 2,000 products blind-tested across 90 categories.
In Messiaen's Final Works, Christopher Dingle argues that the music Messiaen composed after his opera Saint Francois d'Assise (1975-83) underwent a stylistic change, thereby constituting a distinct and final period in his creative output (p.
Correction (published July 27, 2013): An editorial in the July 26 Register-Guard incorrectly stated that Lane County Counsel Stephen Dingle is subject to the authority of the county administrator.
Dingle is a two-year old Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen, a breed which originated as a French hunting dog.
Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb) gave birth to the baby boy she hopes will save her daughter Sarah's life after she developed leukaemia.