DEAL, the Data Encryption Algorithm with Larger blocks is a block cipher that was a candidate in the AES competition; it did not make it into the finals. Like all AES candidates, it uses 128-bit blocks and supports key sizes of 128, 192 or 256 bits.
DEAL is a Feistel cipher using DES as the F function. Six rounds were used with a 128-bit or 192-bit key and 8 rounds with a 256-bit key. The idea was originally proposed  by Lars Knudsen, but the AES submission was from Richard Outerbridge. Knudsen was a member of the Serpent team for AES.