There are plenty of precedents and parallels to the employment of a poet as deviser of painting and decorations: see Webb, 'Office of Devisor
The 21-st problem from  is the following (see also Problem 26 from ): Smarandache proper devisor products:
Let us denote by [tau](n) the number of all devisors of n.
Therefore, (1 -u[v.sup.-1])I = 0 implies u = v because N(R, I)has no zero devisors
and I [not equal to] 0.
Another judge suggested that abandoning "landmarks" of the law would "greatly interfere with the enjoyment of property, and open the door to fraud and litigation." (132) They meant, in their rhetoric at least, that instability of the common law potentially unsettled security of land title and frustrated the intentions of devisors
And underpinning the centre's importance in the contemporary arts scene the new spring programme demonstrates an interesting melange of events that its devisors
believe reflect Liverpool's theme of A World in One City, as part of its bid for European Capital of Culture.
All [alpha] values were acceptably high and close in value to those originally obtained by the devisors
of the scales (see Table 2).
I was keen to see the style and emphasis just because, almost 30 years ago, the TCPA's Education Unit was pioneering the modern style of guided urban walks, thanks to the work of Brian Goodey (who had introduced Kevin Lynch's development of cognitive mapping into the training of planners and of school geographers), and that of the devisors
of the pioneering Leicester town trail, published as an issue of the TCPA's BEE (Bulletin of Environmental Education) in August 1972.
Unofficial and unacknowledged borrowings continued to be frequent, so that in some instances, devisors
were not even aware that adaptation of their programmes was happening in other territories.
The show's devisors
, Back to Back Theatre, are an ensemble of actors with mental disabilities.
He was on duty when the programme's devisors
asked for advice.