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Use "deviser" in a sentence
"But it has always amused me that Professor Tim Jackson, the deviser of MDP, found that 1976 was the peak year for quality of life in Britain."
"These transcripts of the 30 "best" selected by the programme's deviser and producer for 34 years run the gamut from the farceur Ben Travers, who saw WG Grace play and was in Australia during England's 1928-29 tour when Don Bradman made his Test debut, to Lily Allen, whose interest in the game was sparked by the 2005 Ashes."
"The interpretation may or may not be what the deviser intended."