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a city of southeastern Pennsylvania on the Delaware river (an industrial suburb of Philadelphia)

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Established in 1958, Deva Holding is a pioneer in Turkish pharmaceutical industry.
Meanwhile, Chester's reserves are in Pontins League action tonight when they entertain Tranmere Rovers at the Deva (7pm).
The last time Prabhu Deva shared screen space with a Bollywood actress was in 2000, with Madhuri Dixit in the ' Que sera' number in Pukar .
Twice a year, Deva launches a totally new range of designs - this includes more than 70 gift wraps, 15 gift bag designs, 15 roll wraps and colour co-ordinated gift wrapping accessories.
Deva said: "The national fabric unravels if we don't speak the same language.
A number of names including former Wrexham manager Denis Smith, and TNS boss Kenny McKenna have been linked with the Deva Stadium vacancy, but it is understood that the club are keen to give Davies time to see if he can turn City's fortunes around and impress sufficiently to be given the job permanently.
By leveraging the TI floating-point C6713 DSP and TI's FireWire chipset, Zaxcom has enabled new features and functionality such as simultaneous multi-disk recording, elaborate mixing capabilities and a full color graphical user interface into Deva's successor, the Deva V.
Meanwhile, Chester's FA Youth Cup third round tie against York City will be played at the Deva Stadium on Wednesday, December 12 (7pm).
Cheshire West and Chester Council have agreed to increase the capacity of the Deva to 3,598, which should be sufficient to accommodate all those supporters who wish to attend.
Sri Lankan Deva says all newcomers should, like him, learn the language and take a pride in the country.
CHESTER City defender Paul Linwood is relishing being back in the side at the Deva Stadium.
CHESTER Fans United have won the battle to take on the Deva stadium - home of the city's football team.
THE revolving transfer door could be turning with some speed at the Deva Stadium in the next two weeks as certain Chester City players move out of the club and others come in.
INTRIGUE surrounded the future usage of Chester's vacant Deva Stadium last night, when it emerged representatives of two more organisations had been involved with council officials regarding possible tenancy or sharing of the Bumpers Lane ground.
Bury were thrown out last week for fielding an ineligible player, Stephen Turnbull, in their 3-1 second round replay victory at the Deva Stadium.