Devine


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Devine

(dəˈviːn)
n
(Biography) George (Alexander Cassady). 1910–65, British stage director and actor: founded (1956) the English Stage Company in London's Royal Court Theatre
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Some little time ago he purchased from Morse Hudson two duplicate plaster casts of the famous head of Napoleon by the French sculptor, Devine.
The devine afflatus usually lasted a week or two, and then she emerged from her `vortex', hungry, sleepy, cross, or despondent.
Devine will replace the Honorable Deborah Daniels, who will retire on February 28, 2018.
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After 26 years as an integral part of the Chain Drug Marketing Association and a lifetime in the chain drug industry, Jim Devine is hanging up his cleats, though he won't be completely out of the game.
Defender Stewart Devine, who once played for Stirling Albion against Celtic in a Scottish Cup tie at Parkhead, will be sentenced later this month.
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The Manchester-based law firm of Devine Millimet has merged with Nelson Kinder + Mosseau PC, another Manchester firm, to create what Devine says will be the largest litigation department--38 lawyers--of any Granite State-based firm.
DECLAN DEVINE last night emerged as a serious contender for the vacant Derry City job.
SHAMED Jim Devine faces a bankruptcy order that could see him lose his home.
Jim Devine, 57, who held a Commons seat for Livingston in Scotland, is on trial at London's Southwark Crown Court for falsely claiming almost pounds 9,000.
She leaves three brothers: Thomas Devine of Lynn, James Devine of Methuen, and William Devine of Baltimore, MD; a sister, Judith Grove of Saugus; and nephews and nieces.