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DENISDeep Near-Infrared Southern Sky Survey
DENISDirected Energy Neutralization System
DENISDefense Environmental Network Information Service
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Denis and his brother, Marc, created the guard because of the number of minor injuries drill operators sustained over the years.
Art therapy, says Denis, provides "a vehicle for affective discharge of feelings and a way to communicate those feelings to caregivers and family.
I am more than ready," Denis wrote Brand, "to submit to fraternal correction according to Our Lord's teaching in Matthew's Gospel.
We are extremely happy about the addition of Denis to the senior team.
Denis, 67, said: "Ewan was auditioning to get into acting college and asked me for advice as he wasn't connecting with the piece he was learning.
At 29 Nick has had to work hard and wait for his chance, but now he has it, he has been backed to produce the goods in his own way by a man who knows better than most why Denis was a 'one-off'.
When Denis was 32, he enrolled on a teaching qualification course at Redcar and Cleveland College, a satellite base for Huddersfield University.
Denis, who has worked for West Midlands Ambulance Service for less than three years, added: "I've always wanted to be an emergency worker but it was so difficult to get into the profession.
Listeners will hear how Denis - a psychologist and teacher who at the time (it's set in the sixties) was unmarried and working at Alnwick College of Further Education - nursed Toby Jug back to health and how the kitten played a very important role in Denis's life.