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Headquartered in San Jose, California, Deviser Instruments manufactures innovative, high-quality, value-packed field network test solutions for communications service providers and equipment manufacturers worldwide.
(27.) On Lady Russell's status as "deviser" of the entertainment see Davidson and Stevenson, "Elizabeth I's Reception." See also, Alexandra F.
By accident of time I was, to my great regret, prevented from meeting Oscar Wilde, but, 'Paddy the next best thing', I enjoyed friendship with his great theatrical embodiment, Micheal MacLiarnmoir, deviser and presenter of that great one-man show, The Importance of Being Oscar.
S'il est donques permis, sans offense d'aucun, Des meurs de nostre temps deviser en commun.
Each show grapples with the existential condition of the ensemble and often pivots around Muffin Character Hanshake ("deviser of original work") and her decision to have a child.
Even a court physician was often an "astronomer royal," that is, a deviser of fortune-tellers' almanacs.
A second disc has a discussion between the deviser and his cast, which, although enjoyable, is not without embarrassing gaffes.
'The Great Deviser' is typical of the trio in featuring leading international drama groups including Goat Island (US), Forced Entertainment (UK), Ushio Amagatsu/ Sankai Juku (Japan).
The deject, Kristeva argues, is a 'stray', a 'deviser of territories, languages, works, the deject never stops demarcating his universe whose fluid confines--for they are constituted of a non-object, the abject--constantly question his solidity and impel him to start afresh.' (40) This constant search for a stable space characterizes the hapless, homeless Adrian and his attempts to find in the material world, the psychological and physical correlative to the 'warm place to lie' that he hopes the Metford children have found.
The faith debate (from left) are: Katie Teasdale (policy adviser, Birmingham Chamber Commerce and Industry), Khembe Clarke (deputy executive director, Professional DiverCity), Ben Birchall (HR director, Pertemps People Development), Mohammed Hasan (managing consultant, Catalyst Consulting Associates) and the Rev Toby Howarth (inter-faitha deviser for the Bishop of Birmingham)
According to a logic of infinite proliferation--one so fundamentally dislocating that it could never be contained in any one place, including any one text--the very possibility of attributing identity emerges only on condition of a deeply unnameable and ever-retreating "deviser" (a "deviser" of "company") that radically replaces the subject or, indeed, the traditional structure of a subject-position.
The 'Mechanist' who set off on this adventure has been confused with James Messink (1721-1789), Garrick's theatrical machinist and deviser of elaborate pantomimes who served at Drury Lane for about ten years from 1767.
A deviser of territories, languages, work the deject never stops demarcating his universe whose fluid confines constantly question his solidity and impel him to start afresh.