- a frequent misspelling of divine.
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“She is a very appealing candidate in the way she talks about these things,” Devine said.Why the Left Loves Warren, But Won’t Swoon for Sanders
December 19, 2014
“Some celebrities like to get behind water conservation or helping the homeless get back on their feet,” DeVine said.
“It was like a romantic comedy,” DeVine said, joking about how he met his co-creators of the show.
The actor would need an additional $4 million for the campaign operation, Devine calculated.Ben Affleck for Senate? Actor Could Be Formidable Massachusetts Candidate
December 21, 2012
“The Koch brothers were ranked fourth and fifth in the Forbes list of richest Americans,” Tad Devine said.Obama Leads and Democrats Crow, But Watch Out
September 21, 2012
"You told me I was right not to take Mr. Devine's money," she faltered.The Greater Inclination
"There is nothing anywhere," says a memorandum from the ineffable Devine.The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 2
“The boys would start when they got the news you sent them,” said Devine.
Then Devine stooped and, filling his wide hat, held it up to him dripping.
As he fumbled for his pipe, Devine, who had drunk in the meanwhile, turned to him.
- George (Alexander Cassady). 1910–65, British stage director and actor: founded (1956) the English Stage Company in London's Royal Court Theatre