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Randle is an unincorporated community in extreme eastern Lewis County, Washington, United States. Randle is located on U.S. Route 12 and is notable as the northeastern access point to the Mount St. Helens Windy Ridge viewpoint, by way of forest service roads that cut through the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Randle is located right next to the Cowlitz River and is about four miles north of the Cispus River, a tributary of the Cowlitz. The rural area surrounding Randle is known locally as the "Big Bottom Valley," which is reflective of the fact that the valley floor in which the Cowlitz River winds westward through Randle is "big"—flat, fertile land that is at places more than 3 miles wide.
Randle is a fictional character from the 2014 film Run All Night.
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The Mammoth Book of UFOs (2012)
by Lynn Picknett
Randle is a former Vietnam helicopter pilotand officer with the USAF's counterintelligence branch, the AirForce Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI). Hehad writtentwo books abouthis UFO research before becominginvolved inthe Roswell ...
Lynda Randle is a beloved gospel artist who has ...
Healing Stories of Courage and Inspiration by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen
Bernadette Randle is a former professional pianist and arranger and now serves as music director for the New Life Family Church. Bernadette teaches piano, tutors students in English composition and math, and is a graphic illustrator for the ...
Street Lit (2013)
Representing the Urban Landscape by Keenan Norris
Randle is a graduate instructor at the University of Alabama and an adjunct instructor at Kaplan University Online. Jaqueline Lima Santos earned a BA in social sciences by the Pontifícia Universidade Católica (PUC) of Campinas and ...
by R.W. Cahn, E.M. Lifshitz
shows an experimental distribution of such axes for contiguous grain pairs in an austenitic stainless steel following primary recrystallization and a subsequent prolonged grain-growth anneal (Randle and Brown 1989). It is very clear, ...
by Lawrence Goldman
randle,. philipjohn. pieces of rabbit pancreas (reported in the BiochemicalJournal in 1964). Based on the specificity of the secretory response to various sugars and metabolic inhibitors, the novel hypothesis was proposed that rather than ...
by Robert Benedetto, Jane Donovan, Kathleen Du Vall
Randle Highlands was built soon thereafter, at the end of the first streetcar line, and Congress Heights, at the end of Ana- costia's second streetcar line, in the District's southernmost corner. Until World War II, Uniontown, Barry's Farm, Randle ...
by Andrew Wiget
For the Cayuga, the Trickster figure represents unrestrained male sexuality ( Randle 1953: 626). Similar to these are the animal stories in which Raccoon outwits Fox or some other animal. Another set of stories involves human adventures, and ...
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- Hampton Lumber Randle Mill
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- Harrison T. Randle
Company K, 33rd Illinois Infantry
The Pratt Union, Thursday, February 27, 1913, Pg. 6
Harrison Tyler Randle, eldest son of Rev. Geo. D. and Lucy A. P. Randle, was born in Macoupin county, Illinois, September 17, 1840.
He was converted at the age of 18, while attending college at Quincy, Illinois, and united with the M. E. church, where he proved himself a loyal member for over half a century.
At the age of 21 he answered the call of his country by enlisting as a private in Company K, 33rd regiment of Illinois Volunteer Infantry. During three years service as a soldier he participated in eleven engagements, being present at the fall of Vicksburg.
On March 30, 1865, he was married to Hannah M. Simmons and settled on a farm in Logan county, Illinois, where he resided till the spring of 1886, when with his wife and six children Ella, George, Edna, Charley, Edwin and Arthur, he located on a farm, five miles south of Pratt. Sixteen years later he moved to this city, where he resided till his death on Wednesday, February 19, 1913.
Father Randle will be missed in many ways in city, church, Post and state and his home is desolate. He was oak in storm and winter and flowers in sunshine and summer. A braver, truer, nobler man never lived. His life was like a snowflake, which leaves a mark but no stain.
The broken hearted wife and bereaved children have the deepest sympathy of the entire community.
The closing stanza of the "Ode to the Living Temple" by Oliver Wendell Holmes, is especially appropriate in describing the closing scenes of this ideal life:
O Father, grant Thy love devine!
To make these mystic temples thine.
When wasting age and wearying strife,
Have sapped the leaning walls of life;
When darkness covers over all,
And the last tottering pillars fall--
Take the poor dust Thy mercy warms
And mould it into heavenly forms.
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- Chalmers & Randle
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- Umpire Rich Randle
Michigan State @ Western Michigan 05082012
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- Colonel Arthur E. Randle
Born in 1859, Colonel Arthur E. Randle was a late nineteenth and early twentieth-century real estate developer, who earned some recognition for building Congress Heights, before developing Hillcrest and other neighborhoods, east of the Anacostia River. Moving his family into a large, Greek Revival house - later nicknamed 'The Southeast White House' - in what is, now, the Randle Highlands, Randle encouraged more Washingtonians to follow and build grand homes, along Pennsylvania Avenue.
Randle Highlands is bounded by Pennsylvania Avenue SE to the north; Naylor Road, 27th Street, and Texas Avenue to the south; Fort Stanton Park to the southeast; and Minnesota
Avenue to the west.
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Scrabble value of R1A1N1D2L1E1
The value of this 6-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
Anagrams of RANDLE
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- LA NERD
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