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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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Rehman Malik said that the government and opposition should jointly work for devising a comprehensive strategy to resolve economic and other major national issues.
Bakhtiar said the government was devising a strategy to shield most vulnerable segments of society against the price hikes in the 53 essential commodities as reflected in Sensitive Price Index.
Critique: An impressive and seminal work of painstaking scholarship, "Devising Consumption: Cultural Economies of Insurance, Credit and Spending" by Liz McFall (Head of Sociology, Open university) is enhanced with illustrations, figures, tables, a chronological list of key reports and legislation, notes on terminology, a list of abbreviations, an introduction and epilogue, a fifteen page bibliography, and a comprehensive index.
She said that her ministry is devising a comprehensive IT and Telecom Policy to ensure maximum protection to people from widespread cyber crimes including financial scams, fraudulent online activities and women harassment.
"Devising an Islamic model of progress will actually be the presentation of the fruits of the Islamic Revolution," he said.
The devising process was a mixture of dance leading music and sometimes music leading dance.
"We are now devising a business plan involving new premises and a growing army of soap-makers."
The European Union (EU)-funded DiOGenes (Diet, Obesity and Genes) is devising a method of predicting weight change in response to different dietary nutrients and is examining how carbohydrate and high dietary protein enhances fullness feelings.
Previously, "you tried to make [biomaterials] as inert as possible," he says, but some researchers are now devising surfaces with properties "more similar to what the biological system looks like."