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.
While chapter 2 employs underutilized financial records to determine the companies' values in choosing competing devisors
, chapter 3 adds eyewitness accounts and drawings to recover with profit the potent effects on audiences of music, fireworks, water shows, and lavish clothing.
Eight newly plotted routes for wine tourism in Bulgaria were presented on July 212009 at a news conference, where project devisors
Anelia Kroushkova, the chairperson of the State Agency for Tourism, French penologist Claude Samson and French wine marketing specialist Pascale Tetot talked about the country's must-see sites, and how to enjoy them while visiting local wineries.
As the devisors
of Madam Tousseau's and all of her numerous wax museum emulators testify, though, the medium has long been press-ganged into human representation.
The show's devisors
, Back to Back Theatre, are an ensemble of actors with mental disabilities.