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Earlier this month, the friendliest of them, 31-year-old Denis, told us they were given very short notice to evacuate Sloviansk.
“Denis, if you had met the rebels as frequently as I have, you would be as passionate as I am,” Power told McDonough.U.S. Ignored Warnings Before ISIS Takeover of a Key City|Josh Rogin|July 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So do Pavel Yurov, 33, a prominent Kiev theatrical producer, and artist Denis Grishchuk, 29.Ukraine Journalists Still Enduring Brutal Kidnappings, Imprisonment, and Maybe Worse|Cathy Young|May 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The deputy chairman of the presidium of the Donetsk Republic, Denis Pushilin, also predicts “good results.”
What else are we to conclude from his interview with New York Daily News columnist Denis Hamill, published today?
Denis considered this piece of information, and drew away from the fire.The Graftons|Archibald Marshall
"But you are not standing there," rejoined Denis, as the servant made for the door.Denis Dent|Ernest W. Hornung
At least it was so in Denis O'Shaughnessy's family upon this occasion.Going To Maynooth|William Carleton
“I should like first to knock over another wildebeest, or an elephant, if one were to come in our way,” said Denis.Hendricks the Hunter|W.H.G. Kingston
We all retired to rest, fervently hoping that the health of Mr. Denis might be restored by the following morning.The Danvers Jewels, and Sir Charles Danvers|Mary Cholmondeley