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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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Comparative Perspectives by Austin Sarat, Christian Boulanger
JUDITH RANDLE is a Ph.D. student in the Jurisprudence and Social Policy program (Boalt Hall School of Law) at the University of California, ...
by William Robert Whatton, John Harland, Brooke Herford
This confirmation of the grant of Earl Randle refers to the earlier grants of Earls Godfrey and Roger. It is mentioned that ...
Lynda Randle is a beloved gospel artist who has found.
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, comparing the two figures, that the microtexture is far from random after this treatment. Randle and Brown went on to estimate the proportion of contiguous grain pairs that are in a CSL relationship to each other; the abbreviation refers to coincidence ...
RANDLE MAINwarino, of Over Peover, direct descendant of Ranulphus, m. Margery, widow of Richard Buckley, and dau. of Hugh Venables, ...
by Colin Larkin
After that show they were introduced to the influential local disc jockey Bill Randle, who suggested the name change ( after a popular short-cropped hairstyle). Randle introduced the group to Mercury Records, ...
by Irving Epstein
Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers. Brown, Janet. 2003. "Developing an Early Childhood Profession in the Caribbean." pp. 54-73 in Caribbean Childhoods: From Research to Action; Volume 1: Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, Journal of the ...
by Toyin Falola
Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers Ltd., ...
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- Umpire Rich Randle
Michigan State @ Western Michigan 05082012
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- Chalmers & Randle
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- Hampton Lumber Randle Mill
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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.
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- LA NERD
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