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Dales a.k.a. Dales, California: Dales is an unincorporated community small town approximately 10 miles north east of Red Bluff on California State Route 36, at the intersection of Manton Road, in Tehama county, California. The area was originally known as Dales Station until 2000, when the name was shortened to Dales.

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Google previewThe Centennial of Religious Journalism (1908)

by John Pressley Barrett

Dales is an Honor Graduate and post graduate of Toronto University, and was for a number of years a teacher in the...

Google previewGcse Succ Aqa Geog Rev Gd (2008)

by HarperCollins Publishers Limited

Case study The Yorkshire Dales is an area of carboniferous limestone. Carboniferous limestone is a very hard sedimentary rock, forming upland areas with steep slopes. Limestone landscapes are known as karst scenery. These unique ...

Google previewWestern Europe (2005)

by Loretta Chilcoat, Reuben Acciano

Probably the most scenic and certainly the most popular part of the Pennine uplands, the Dales is a region of lush valleys crowned by craggy limestone cliffs. In between there are trickling streams, mossy dry stone walls, sheep-strewn ...

Google previewWalking in Britain (2007)

by David Else, Sandra Bardwell, Belinda Dixon, Peter Dragicevich

The Yorkshire Dales The Yorkshire Dales is an area of. the Princess ...

Google previewGenders, Transgenders and Sexualities in Japan (2005)

by Mark McLelland, Romit Dasgupta

Laura Dales is a PhD candidate and tutor in the Discipline of Asian Studies at the University of Western Australia.

Google previewWhere to Retire in Britain (2008)

by Victoria Pybus

Yorkshire Dales refers to the area north of the Yorkshire towns Settle, Skipton, Ilkley, Otley and Harrogate and it is bordered on the west by the M6 between Tebay and Killington, and Scotch Corner and Knaresborough to the east. In some ...

Google previewReader's Guide to the History of Science (2013)

by Arne Hessenbruch

DALES is a thorough, ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Horse Breeds (2007)

by Bonnie L. Hendricks

P Dales pony working sheep in the Pennines. Photo by Kit Houghton, courtesy of Dales Pony Society. black. Some individuals are Isabella (see Palomino) or dun. The breed is used mainly as a sport horse for all the disciplines of riding and as ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Caves and Karst Science (2004)

by John Gunn

Between the dales, hills that rise 150 m above the limestone are formed of shales (with thin limestones and sandstones), and provide allogenic streams draining onto the limestone. The broken carbonate platform is known as the Craven ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Prehistory (2012)

Volume 8: South and Southwest Asia by Peter N. Peregrine, Melvin Ember

,but thistheory has been rejected ( Dales 1979; Kennedy 1995). Generally speaking, the pottery from Mohenjo Darois ...

Google previewThe Horse-Lover's Encyclopedia (2017)

A-Z Guide - Barrel Racing, Breeds, Cinch, Cowboy Curtain, Dressage, Driving, Foaling, Gaits, Grooming, Legging Up, Mustang, Piebald, Reining, Snaffle Bits, Steeple-Chasing, Tail Braiding, Trail Riding, English and Western, and So Much More by Jessie Haas

Originally a pack pony, the Dales Pony is an excellent mover used today for dressage, hunting, and driving. The Dales Pony almost became extinct in the 1950s. The global population is small but rising. Livestock Conservancy status: Critical ...

Google previewDictionary of Major Biblical Interpreters (2007)

by Donald K. McKim

Dales and E. B. King (London: British Academy, 1986); De Decem Mandatis , ed. R. C. Dales and E. B. King (London: British Academy, 1987); Expositio super Epistolam s. Pauli ad Galatas, Glossarum in s. Pauli Epistolas and Tabula, ed.

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Mathematics, Supplement III (2007)

by Michiel Hazewinkel

DALES, H.G. Banach algebras and automatic continuity, Vol. 24 of London Math. Soc. Monographs, Clarendon Press, 2001. [5] DALES, H.G., AND LOY, R.J. : “Uniqueness of the norm topology for Banach algebras with finite-dimensional ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy (2010)

Philosophy Between 500 and 1500 by Henrik Lagerlund

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Google previewMiddle English Dictionary (1990)

by Mary Jane Williams

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Dales Way Stile

Meadows alternate with ancient woodland along the banks of the Wharfe south of Grassington.

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Scrabble value of D2A1L1E1S1

The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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