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'''Denis''' refers to '''Denis Rogatien Remillard''', eldest son of Donatien Remillard and Marie-Madeleine Fabre. Born 17 May 1967, Denis was one of the first true Operant humans, with an exceptionally high IQ and a powerful metapsychic armamentarium. He was one of the earliest researchers into metapsychology, led the metaconcert that summoned the Intervention, and was one of the founding Magnates of the Human Polity of the Milieu. His offspring all rose to high position within the Milieu, he was intimately involved with the Fury crisis, and he died under mysterious circumstances immediately prior to the Metapsychic Rebellion of 2083. <ref name="name_for_re-use"><!-- Placeholder text. -->''This article currently has no citations or references.''</ref>
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'''Denis Remillard''' (full name '''Denis Rogatien Remillard''') is the eldest son of [[Donatien Remillard]] and [[Marie-Madeleine Fabre]]. Born 17 May 1967, Denis was one of the first true [[operant]] [[human]]s, with an exceptionally high IQ and a powerful [[metapsychic power|metapsychic armamentarium]]. He was one of the earliest researchers into [[metapsychology]], led the [[metaconcert]] that summoned the [[Intervention]], and was one of the founding metapsychic leaders (technically never a [[magnate]]) of the [[Human Polity]] of the Milieu. His offspring all rose to high position within the Milieu, he was intimately involved with the [[Fury]] crisis, and he died under mysterious circumstances immediately prior to the [[Metapsychic Rebellion]] of 2083.
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Denis married a colleague from the Dartmouth Medical School's Department of Metapsychology, [[Lucille Cartier]], on 22nd July 1995.<!--ref name="name_for_re-use">''This article currently has no citations or references.''</ref-->
   
 
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Denis Remillard (full name Denis Rogatien Remillard) is the eldest son of Donatien Remillard and Marie-Madeleine Fabre. Born 17 May 1967, Denis was one of the first true operant humans, with an exceptionally high IQ and a powerful metapsychic armamentarium. He was one of the earliest researchers into metapsychology, led the metaconcert that summoned the Intervention, and was one of the founding metapsychic leaders (technically never a magnate) of the Human Polity of the Milieu. His offspring all rose to high position within the Milieu, he was intimately involved with the Fury crisis, and he died under mysterious circumstances immediately prior to the Metapsychic Rebellion of 2083.

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Denis married a colleague from the Dartmouth Medical School's Department of Metapsychology, Lucille Cartier, on 22nd July 1995.

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