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chocolate gale

Clos des Galées

David Gale Johnson (1916—2003)

Dunstan Gale (fl. c. 1586—1606) poet

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gale warning

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John Gale (1680—1721) General Baptist preacher

John Gale Jones (1769—1838) politician

Joseph Gales (1761—1841) newspaper proprietor and radical

Miles Gale (1647—1721) antiquary and Church of England clergyman

Monica R. Gale

Mrs Gale

Patrick Gale (b. 1962)

Patrick Le Galès

Paul McGale

Raymond Josiah Gale Mander (1911—1983) actor and theatre historian

Richard M. Gale


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A wind of force 8 on the Beaufort scale, i.e. one with a mean speed of 34–40 knots (17.2–20.7 m s−1), or gusts reaching 43–51 knots, as measured at the standard anemometer height of 10 m. In common usage, the term is applied to any high, damaging wind.

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