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devise

Law
1. 
a. a disposition of property by will
b. the property so transmitted
2. a will or clause in a will disposing of real property
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It said the 225-issue Nikkei index will be computed with 224 components with the devisor adjusted between March 6 and March 12 to preserve continuity in the index.
It prefigures the advances of Copernicus, Descartes, Newton, and Leibniz, and it illuminates lesser-known figures like Nastulus, the inventor of astrolabes, and al-Zahrawi, devisor of medical instruments.
Let G be a group and p be the prime devisor of |G|.
Cormac Callinan, chairperson of the Internet Service Providers' Association of Ireland and devisor of the self-regulatory Internet Hotline service, advocates adult supervision and encourages parents to sit with their children - at least some of the time.
See Geoffrey Webb, "The Office of Devisor," in Fritz Saxl, 1890-1948: A Volume of Memorial Essays from his Friends in England, ed.
Devisor - Strengthened Delivery Capacity to Finnish Telecom Industry