Dale

  • 01.109 and men of Dale.’
  • 01.116 and so to the ruins of Dale –
  • 01.122 They built the merry town of Dale there
  • 01.122 and the toy market of Dale was the wonder of the North.
  • 01.123 in Dale
  • 01.123 and a fog fell on Dale,
  • 01.123 and come by night to Dale,
  • 01.123 until Dale was ruined,
  • 03.040 and he grieved to remember the ruin of the town of Dale
  • 10.006 into the lake from Dale
  • 10.007 when Dale
  • 10.008 and the fall of the lords of Dale.
  • 11.006 after winding a wide loop over the valley of Dale,
  • 11.007 There lies all that is left of Dale,’
  • 11.027 I don’t think I could bear to see the unhappy valley of Dale again,
  • 12.072 Girion Lord of Dale is dead,
  • 12.084 The Men of Dale used to have the trick
  • 12.096 Lord of Dale,
  • 13.049 and were looking out upon Dale.
  • 13.055 across Dale
  • 14.018 Lord of Dale,
  • 14.019 for he was of the race of Dale.
  • 14.031 Girion was lord of Dale,
  • 14.031 Dale is now freed by his valour,
  • 14.035 and of Dale rebuilt,
  • 15.015 and to Dale from South
  • 15.020 of the race of Dale,
  • 15.028 over which the stream went towards Dale.
  • 15.029 in Dale before them.
  • 15.048 the heir of Girion of Dale,
  • 16.004 were now within about two days’ march of Dale,
  • 17.031 and was now hastening to Dale.
  • 17.048 and came rushing into Dale.
  • 17.058 till Dale was dark
  • 18.013 in Dale;
  • 19.043 in Dale

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