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dale British & World English

A valley, especially in northern England

Dale, Sir Henry Hallett British & World English

(1875–1968), English physiologist and pharmacologist. He investigated the role of histamine in anaphylactic shock and allergy, and the role of acetylcholine as a natural neurotransmitter. Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (1936)

Earnhardt, Dale British & World English

(1951–2001), US stock car driver; full name Ralph Dale Earnhardt. He raced professionally and set many records from 1979 until an accident during the Daytona 500 took his life in February 2001

Dale Evans in Rogers, Roy British & World English

(1912–98), US actor and singer; born Leonard Franklin Slye. One of the original Sons of the Pioneers country singers, he starred in many “singing cowboy” westerns, with his horse Trigger and dog Bullet and, from 1944, with Dale Evans (1912–2001), whom he married in 1947. His movies include Under Western Stars (1938), The Yellow Rose of Texas (1944), and Apache Rose (1947)

Ralph Dale Earnhardt in Earnhardt, Dale British & World English

(1951–2001), US stock car driver; full name Ralph Dale Earnhardt. He raced professionally and set many records from 1979 until an accident during the Daytona 500 took his life in February 2001