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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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"She worries that Damien will want nothing to do with the baby when it is born as he has made it crystal clear that he doesn't want kids.
Damien arrived in Honolulu in March of 1864, but it was almost 10 years before he became aware of the situation in Molokai.
Told from different viewpoints--not just those of Damien and Junice, but also their family members, friends, and a social worker--this deeply felt, poignant story is told in deft strokes, with memorable language and some rap cadences.
He stabbed him eight times and one blow pierced Damien's lung and his heart.
Laporte hopes Traille's inclusion will enable the hosts to kick their way out of trouble, saying: "Damien is in for his kicking game.
Damien was rushed to hospital where surgeons yesterday examined his ear to see if it could be rebuilt.
Overall, I enjoyed Via Dolorosa and look forward to future books by Ronald Damien Malfi.
Although Damien Memorial School's Annual Lu'au and Silent Auction does raise money for the school's financial aid program, the event has become more of a friend-raiser than a fund-raiser.
DAMIEN MCLOUGHLIN has been appointed Managing Director of Ledbury based Meadow Cheese Limited.
Sixteen years separate "Freeze," the legendary 1988 Damien Hirst-curated exhibition that gave birth to Young British Art, and Tate Britain's recent "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida," a show that signaled both the phenomenon's institutional apotheosis and, for many, its creative swan song.
Four weeks later, West Memphis police announced the arrests of 18-year-old Damien Echols, 17-year-old-Jessie Misskelley Jr., and 16-year-old Jason Baldwin, soon known as the West Memphis Three.