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Synonyms for wale

a ridge or bump raised on the flesh, as by a lash or blow

Synonyms for wale

a raised mark on the skin (as produced by the blow of a whip)

thick plank forming a ridge along the side of a wooden ship

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He said he read about our situation and wanted to help," Wale said.
The awards, in partnership with Fujitsu, are sponsored by Wales & West Utilities, Careers Wales and Healthy Working Wales.
For every match our share of viewing in Wales was often much higher than the UK average and for the England vs Australia game it peaked with a massive 66% share and just over a million viewers in Wales.
During their weekend in Wales the group spent time at the newly opened Surf Snowdonia, visited Penrhyn and Caernarfon castles, took the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway, spent time in Portmeirion and took a high speed boat ride down the Menai Straits and through the Swellies.
With the opening of The Wales Coast Path, Wales became the first country on the planet with a completely walkable coastline.
Sophie said: "Representing Wales at the Miss World pageant in China was the highlight of my year.
Warburton had been dropped by Wales and lost the armband to not one but two team-mates in the past month.
But previous encounters counted for little on the day Wales arrived.
In 2002 the National Assembly invited a group of three Senators and one official from Lesotho's Upper House to visit Wales to study the workings of the Assembly.
Our business depends on delivering gas to our customers in a safe and reliable manner so it's critical that we have the right tools in place to help maintain our pipelines efficiently," said Phil Pike, Deputy Chief Information Officer at Wales and West Utilities.
Played 3: Australia 13, Wales 13, England 7 ENGLAND LOSE TO AUSTRALIA IN A TRY THRILLER If England lost to the Wallabies, but kept the score within seven and the two teams each managed to grab four tries in a scoring feast, then the Red Rose would have TWO losing bonus points.
Firstly against Essex, where Wales bowled astutely and won easily by 38 runs.
MR C Davies is absolutely correct in condemning Labour AMs' failure to realistically work on behalf of constituents in North Wales (DP 10/07/15) and apparently doing little or nothing to curb the South Wales bandwagon of inward investment.
THE Welsh Government will today seek public views on whether Wales should be a separate legal jurisdiction.
SCOTLAND have hurt Wales when it counted over the years but they have a dreadful recent record against them.