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Denis,

king of Portugal: see DinizDiniz,
Port. Dinis , 1261–1325, king of Portugal (1279–1325), son and successor of Alfonso III. Like his grandfather, Alfonso X of Castile, whose legal works he had translated into Portuguese, Diniz was a poet and a patron of literature.
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Denis

1. Maurice . 1870--1943, French painter and writer on art. One of the leading Nabis, he defined a picture as "essentially a flat surface covered with colours assembled in a certain order"
2. Saint 3rd century ad, first bishop of Paris; patron saint of France. Feast day: Oct 9
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In July, Denis has been chosen by the Catholic faculty to succeed Rene Epp, who had reached retirement age.
Denis said: "What a brilliant project to be involved in and he'll make a good job of it.
His grandson is a very good player indeed and Denis would be very proud of him," said Moss.
However, instead of a 2:2 Denis graduated with a first class honours degree.
Receiving his Birmingham Mail Local Heroes 2010 award, Denis said: "I didn't really think about what I was getting in to, I just acted on instinct.
Denis said: 'And what care he had - the staff were superb.
Sir Denis recalled that in 1990, he told his wife it was time for her to leave 10, Downing Street.
Sir Denis did not give intervie ws so was ne ver, even by accident,liable to embarrass her.
Tribute was paid to Sir Denis at the ceremony as being much more than the caricature in Private Eye's Dear Bill letters.
The announcement was made by Denis O'Sullivan, the founder of PPM and its President and CEO since 1988, as he officially handed over responsibility for the company's day-to-day operations.
SO our campaign to get Aberdeen's finest footballer, Manchester United and Scotland legend Denis Law a knighthood, has been given a body swerve by the powers that be.