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divis

devils shown as cat-headed men with horns and hooves. [Pers. Myth.: Barber & Riches]
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His father Edward Taggart, 19, who was engaged to his fiancee Jacqueline Gibson - pregnant with Edward at the time - was murdered in 1985 close to his home near Divis Flats in the Lower Falls.
In 2001-02, Divis played every minute of 21 consecutive games before getting the final regular-season game off.
Kightly was also lively in the first half and moments before half time whipped in a dangerous ball which Divis just collected ahead of the incoming Vaughan.
Somewhere Over the Balcony is a darkly comic play set in the Divis Flats, council housing provided for residents of Belfast's largely republican Falls Road area.
The Kings beat Divis for two first-period goals, but all that did was tie the game twice, because the Blues also beat LaBarbera for two close- range goals.
Much of the science and technology staff ended up working on aspects of the story, Divis says.
Mark Divis, Wal-Mart's district manager, doesn't see it that way.
The solution was jointly developed by AeroScout and DIVIS, and uniquely links RFID location data with video surveillance information to locate shipments.
Valliday repeatedly rammed a police vehicle after officers had pursued him after they spotted him speeding in Divis Street in the west of the city.
Tenders are invited for Raising of damaged chimneys and copings in 132 kV Anadapuram Divis DC/SC line from Loc.
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sad ne Tw bu lad PIE divis stubbor d i PIERS MORGAN Brave, divisive, formidable, tough, stubborn, dominant and domineering, Margaret Thatcher bestrode the world like a political colossus.