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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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RJ Guitar Center has been manufacturing for the past 30 years, but it was only recently that the company felt confident enough to start exporting, and eventually come up with a guitar labeled the Philippine standard, thanks to the partnership with Deviser.
The feature-rich DS2831 family complements and strengthens Deviser Instruments' value-proposition by offering a spectrum analyzer that couples a broad range of customizable capabilities and the latest OFDM/DOCSIS 3.1 cable modem into a small, easy-to-use instrument.
J'ay oublie l'art de Petrarquizer, Je veulx d'Amour franchement deviser, Sans vous flatter, et sans me deguizer : Ceulx qui font tant de plaintes, N'ont pas le quart d'une vraye amitie, Et n'ont pas tant de peine la moitie, Comme leurs yeux, pour vous faire pitie, Jettent de larmes feintes (69).
Deviser Instruments' AE2200 Meter represents the company's newest handheld, multi-function network validation solution for FTTx, RFoG and RF PON installations.
Unton himself had a personal history with girl performers: he described his relationship with Lady Elizabeth Russell, author or "deviser" of the Entertainment at Bisham, as "as respective as of my own mother." (39) In the Entertainment at Bisham, shepherdesses chatter away wittily, but in the Unton portrait, Diana's maidens convey stateliness and artistic control through their physical action: from their movements we can just about gauge the beat of the music played by the broken consort.
The following equipment was used: TI-H-15 supersonic generator (ELMA, Germany), incubator (LRH-250A, Guangdong Province Medical Instrument Factory, China), LABORTA 4003 rotary evaporation (Heidolphon, Germany), U3 aqueous bath (Julabo, Germany), LRH-250A homeothermia incubator (Medical Apparatus and Instruments Factory, China), Mili-Q deionized water deviser (Millipore, USA), ME-5 electronic balance (Sartorius, Germany), API3000 tandem quadrupole axle mass spectrometer (AB Company, USA), and an Agilent 1100 liquid chromatography system (Agilent, USA), ZORBAX C18 chromatographic column (4.6 x 250 mm, 5 mm; SN: USCN004202; Agilent).
Salama Al Enizi, Chairman of Gulf Tubing Company (GTC) and the possessor and the deviser of the project said at a press conference in Alkhobar that jobs at the factory are anticipated to be obtainable by summer 2017.
Stephen becomes the Daedalian artist, the deviser of plots, who will grow up to write cons full of elaborate literary allusions and textures.
The authors would like to thank Tianjin Deviser Electronics Instrument and Software Co., Ltd., for partially providing useful information and materials.
Our ancestors are still with us in spirit but are a step closer to Unkulunkulu (The Great Deviser, The Eternal Spirit or The Creator) who we don't know but experience in all of creation.
Last year the synthesiser deviser released his debut solo album, the unanimously lauded Outside In - a spacious arrangement of stately '70s AOR balladeering that proved the man renowned for bringing a little leftfield electronic a to the Furries was capable of chameleon-like reinvention.
According to Khadijah Rohani (1987), the deviser of the Malay language readability formula (Tay, 2005), readability of a reading material is the capacity of and difficulty-ease level of it being understood.