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Hale, Hail & Hele
Featuring Worshipful Brother Gerald
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The word hail has several spellings and various meanings Hale h-a-l-e means healthy as in he is hale and hearty Hail h-a-i-l is the stuff that comes down like snow or rain Hail h-a-i-l also means to call out to someone such as a cab or another person. Hele h-e-l-e from the old Anglo Saxon meaning conceal or cover This one and the previous one are particularly significant to masons as you are probably already aware
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