Devic

De·vic

(dĕ-vēk'),
Eugène, French physician, 1869-1930. See: Devic disease.
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Liverpool's Dejan Lovren (left) in action against Marko Devic of Rubin Kazan during the Reds' Europa League win last week |
Rubin Kazan took the lead through Marko Devic but then had captain Oleg Kuzmin sent off for a second yellow card.
But on 15 minutes, Rubin went in front - a well-flighted pass from Kuzmin found Marko Devic, who held off Clyne, chested down and finished with the outside of his boot.
The villages of Devic and Pesna have in fact been named after King Marko's sisters.
Ukrainian Marko Devic, on loan from Rubin Kazan, scored Al-Rayyan's two in the 16th and 88th minutes, the first after latching on to a clever Rodrigo Tabata pass, before defender Nathan Otavio's own goal consolation for the Kuwaiti side two minutes into stoppage time.
uk Almost any home can benefit from one of these devic- devic es; an unobtrusive unit that simply plugs into a standard wall socket and helps establish a stronger signal.
On the way home, the buddies embrace the power afforded by the uniform including an impromptu stop and search of goons working for sadistic Russian mobster Mossi Devic (James D'Arcy).
Police crime prevention advisers were also on hand to provide information, and there were demon strations of security devic es and measures aimed at preventing rural crime.
Pyatov; Khacheridi ,Shevchuk ,Fedetskiy, Rakitskiy; Tymoshchuk, Yarmolenko, Konoplyanka, Edmar; Seleznyov, Devic
Mystical Faery Folk" is a sensitive collection of narrative poems/ meditations inspired by beautiful natural settings and the author's sensitivity to communications from the Devic realms.
Lough Erne " Twenty homes were evacuated as army experts made the devic safe just 16 miles from the five-star Lough Erne resort which will host the leaders of the G8 - eight of the world's wealthiest nations - in June.