DEVISE


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DEVISEDefence Virtual Information Service (UK)
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Unfortunately, all of the legislative testimony and reports referred only to subparagraphs (a) and (b), and there is no legislative history to clarify what the framers of the amendment intended to happen to the restriction on devise contained in [paragraph] 4(c) of Art.
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When Dinkins came in, we withdrew the application with the understanding we would devise a project more in their liking.
development of new therapeutics for sepsis." Indeed, Ward and his colleagues are now trying to devise an antibody to use against human sepsis.
Psychologists often assume that language allows humans to devise equivalence classes.
It has been rightly suggested that the Higher Education Commission (HEC) ought to devise a unanimous policy for all universities across the country to make it mandatory for PhD scholars to pass a subject-specific entrance test devised by the respective universities and doing away with GRE or GAT.
The opposition had planned to hold the APC in the last week of June to devise a strategy 'to rid the country of the present Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) regime'.
He explained that Capso-Vision is capsule type devise which is used for endoscopic procedure.