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DEVOIR. Duty. It is used in the statute of 2 Ric. II., c. 3, in the sense of duties or customs.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The Rotokawa Devons are the life's work of Ken McDowall of New Zealand.
Nous devons envisager de developper nos grandes villes, vers le bas, a plus grande profondeur.
The Devons were led by the two-year-old bull Challenge Show Boy, bred by J Gilson, of Wellington, Somerset, with the heifers Stonegrove Hatton 4th and Challenge Ribecca 12, both from Stonegrove Livestock of Shrawley, Worcestershire.
In the flat landscape of massive cemeteries that is the Somme, there is a tiny graveyard at Mansel Copse where just over 120 members of the Devon Regiment are buried.
Devon, Irish Dexter, and Milking Shorthorn are three of these.
Kerrys, Dutch Belted, and Milking Devons may carry genes for some of these traits.
De plus, nous devons nous rappeler que la bibliographie ne s'arrete pas a nos frontieres.