Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OF. deviser, to distribute, regulate, direct, relate, F., to chat, fr. L. divisus, divided, distributed, p. p. of dividere,. See Divide, and cf. Device
He alone gives all church officers, and therefore none may devise or superadd any new officers, Eph.
"The Divine Right of Church Government" by Sundry Ministers Of Christ Within The City Of London
To this end he devised an ingenious system of deceit.
"The Divine Fire" by May Sinclair
The following suggestions are merely offered in illustration; each housekeeper can easily devise further for herself.
"Etiquette" by Emily Post
Neither was Prussian national efficiency built up merely by a well-devised and practicable policy of military aggression.
"The Promise Of American Life" by Herbert David Croly
It is manifest that we must devise some plan to protect the Government against bond issues for repeated redemptions.
"Messages and Papers of William McKinley V.2." by William McKinley
But the Duumvirate seemed utterly incapable of devising a coherent policy for central or eastern Europe.
"The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference" by Emile Joseph Dillon
Could a more perfect trap be devised by evil human ingenuity than this?
"The Story of the Foss River Ranch" by Ridgwell Cullum
No human counsel hath devised, nor hath any mortal hand worked out these great things.
"Speeches and Letters of Abraham Lincoln, 1832-1865" by Abraham Lincoln
Ugly reports of the King's health; God pity this poor country should that be so, but I think it a thing devised by the enemy.
"The Journal of Sir Walter Scott" by Walter Scott
In an unusually generous mood she devised this method of storing water.
"The Wings of the Morning" by Louis Tracy
and they were gathered and became the Child,
and he, more fast than any thought could know,
beyond all names wherewith he should be styled,
was with his own devised joy aglow;
"Vision " by Charles Walter Stansby Williams
Is put to fair devising in the curb
Of ordered limit; and all-changeful Hermes
Is Terminus as well. Yet we perturb
Our souls for latitude, whose strength in bound and term is.
"The Cloud's Swan-Song" by Francis Thompson
Pretty twinkling starry eyes!
How did Nature first devise
Such a sparkling in your sight
As to give Love such delight
As to make him, like a fly,
Play with looks until he die?
"Pretty Twinkling Starry Eyes" by Nicholas Breton
The will devised three hundred pounds
A year unto the son,
Three hundred, on her marriage-day,
To Jane, the little one.
Thus it was from the uncle's greed
That trouble first begun.
"The Babes In The Wood" by Clara Doty Bates
If there is vengeance in the Heaven of Heavens,
What punishment could Heaven devise for these
Who fill the rivers of the world with dead,
And turn their murderers loose on all the seas!
"A Curse For Kings" by Vachel Lindsay
But you fell. And, oh, how quickly did you fall!
And now you're feeling low, and mean, and small;
For, despite all your devising,
You have come to realising
That you're really only human after all.
"January 2nd" by C J Dennis
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Although bulbs may not be available in nurseries for several weeks, devising a planting plan and preparing the ground for them is a good idea so you can hit the ground running - or digging - as soon as bulbs are available.
Your chiropractor likely will devise an adjustment schedule for you, and follow-ups are important.
I devised a plan in which I would give a lot of them in a short time and work to figure out exactly how the best compliments worked, and why.
Knowledge of how the brain intuits what someone else is thinking helps Rebecca Saxe devise possible solutions to seemingly intractable political and social conflicts .
Borrowing techniques from nail and hair salons, researchers have devised a method to tag small, previously untrackable sea turtles.
Six months before turning 40, Kevin Warneke devised a 40-by-40 plan.
Days after the speech, he told a newspaper in Carmel, California — where he was once mayor — that he devised the improvised speech shortly before stepping onstage and therefore it could not be vetted as others' remarks were.
Devising new budget oversight for the agency.
With the recent transition of Dr Howard Hoody, a new leadership structure was devised to successfully guide the organization into the future.
It would be another 20 years before another large-scale community plan was devised.
A recent article in the Washington Post describes a controversial surgery devised by a pioneering and big-thinking surgeon, Paul Sugarbaker.
Researchers strive to devise methods that provide molecular-scale control.
To handle these small jobs, I devised a stand for my No.
Long the pursuit of scientists the world over, a Princeton University researcher has devised a means of alchemy by transforming common elements into rare and valuable ones.
Barriers to use are the problem of patients acknowledging the condition (typically they have devised compensatory strategies) and form factor for accessing the system.
Human Information Processing with the Personal Memex
In the line of Survey Propagation, we devised a series of algorithms for these tasks, which explicitly exploit the clustered structure of the solution space.
Geometrical organization of solutions to random linear Boolean equations
The algorithm devised in exploits the fact that the interaction between the width 1 part and the bounded strict width part of the instance is very constrained.
Generalized Majority-Minority Operations are Tractable
Therefore, it is meaningful to devise a techn ical tool to reduce the computational complexity.
Simple method to eliminate blur based on Lane and Bates algorithm
Here we do not try to devise uncertainty relations involving G, W and W † (or equivalently G, C and S ), but rather make an identiﬁcation between quantum mechanics on the circle when the large radius limit is taken and quantum mechanics on the line.
Quantum Mechanics and the Generalized Uncertainty Principle