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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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Over the year Denis estimates he and his brother have spent in excess of four months of eight-hour days and invested about $20,000 on the project to complete it.
He couldn't see the man's face but Denis saw the same scene 500 times a day.
Denis sometimes works with occupational therapy on these skills, using adaptive equipment such as table easels and large grips for pens, pencils and brushes.
From Durban, the recently retired Arch-bishop Denis E.
CRAWL ORDER Denis, left, poses with spider sculpture on his roof, top, and 600 fairylights add finishing touch to mammoth
Denis and Ewan have worked together several times on stage and on film, most recently when they starred in Perfect Sense.
He would play some incredible shots and take what you thought were incredible risks but Denis was good enough to play like that.
Denis is now a press relations officer at Charles Hollywood, a Darlington advertising agency, after completing six weeks' work experience there.
But with the water too deep to stand up and the embankment being 40ft high, Denis could not pull the man out of the canal by himself.
This sets Louis on a journey, described by Denis, around "the curve of the Earth.
Born in Walker Road, Cardiff, on November 1, 1925, to parents Arthur and Ethel he has been described by son Denis as 'a Splott boy through and through'.
SIR Denis Thatcher, who was Margaret Thatcher's loyal, devoted and protective consort throughout her premiership and beyond, died peacefully in hospital yesterday with his family at his bedside.