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Deni

A division of the Macedonian denar equal in value to 1/100 of one denar.
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There is nothing to stop Denis from applying again, if he thinks it prudent.
Trainspotting star Ewan is set to make his directorial debut with an adaption of Philip Roth's novel American Pastoral and Denis thinks he will make a great director.
Denis said: "Ewan was studying in London and he got this huge job in his final year, a part in Dennis Potter's Lipstick on Your Collar for Channel 4.
Alan Moss (bowling, below) 82, played with Denis Compton during the 1950s for both Middlesex and England during his nine-Test career.
When my children were born, I decided that the best way for them to understand the importance of education was to see it happen," explained Denis.
SELFLESS Denis Loughlin didn't think twice about diving into a Birmingham canal to save the life a drowning man.
Theirs was a unique relationship: with Denis being the first thing Toby Jug saw on opening his eyes for the first time, he never learned to be a cat, says Denis.
MRS HAIGH'S CLASS: Knowle Bank Infant and Junior School, with Denis Haigh (ringed) PALS: Ian Stobbs and Denis Haigh (foreground) in the 1970s (S)
Denis said: 'He treated Nora as his queen and worked long and hard to provide for his family, always giving his best and more.
Sir Denis spoke too about his meetings with US Presidents' wives -'I never took any liberties, you know, I wasn't trying to get off with them' -about his first meeting with his wife-tobe, 'nice-looking woman, always has been', and their twins, Carol and Mark , 'they haven't been bad, bless their golden hearts, they've been a damn nuisance from time to time but, by and large we are very proud of our children who have done very well'.
But wherever she travelled on official business , to the farthest corners of the earth, Sir Denis was always just two paces behind, ever watchful for potential troublemakers, steering her away from dang erous situations, always in the shadows.
BARONESS Thatcher looked on proudly today as her husband Denis was awarded an honorary degree by the University of Buckingham for being an "English gentleman".