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Damien

Joseph , known as Father Damien. 1840-- 89, Belgian Roman Catholic missionary to the leper colony at Molokai, Hawaii
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After making some headway along the course Damien fished into his pocket to reach for the energy boost but he couldn't feel the ring.
Championed by Morrissey, Sinead O'Connor, e Proclaimers and e Wonder St's Miles Hunt, Damien has won fans in Liverpool with his solo gigs and his Irish Sea Session appearances.
Clare said: "Walking along the Thames on the Saturday afternoon, Damien got down on one knee and proposed.
Damien was studying video game development at Birmingham Metropolitan College in 2012 when the then Project Director for Birmingham New Street Station, Richard Thorpe visited.
The second-half saw Synners start strongest and the next goal came from Blake Hurst following up a saved Damien Scott curling effort.
KENNY Dalglish is confident the surprise departure of director of football Damien Comolli will not distract Liverpool ahead of tomorrow's FA Cup semi-final against Everton.
IRISH musician and singer Damien O'Kane will be performing in Hepworth on October 15.
Damien Banks, 21, was found in the loft of his Birmingham home - yards from the spot where his 16-year-old brother Dale died in the same way.
Damien in Louvain (Leuven, Belgium) and have often gone there with groups of students, visitors and friends.
Although she has been fighting with her husband Damien for months, the put-upon restaurant worker discovers that her dreams have come true.
Damien is frightened of his father, and with good reason.
Damien was immediately dealt two blows: he was not yet a priest and so could not go, and, his brother Pamphile was chosen.