contriver meaning in Hindi
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- The ceremonies are contrived, but these are world-class contrivers who know how to reach inside you.
- John Evelyn, a fellow member of the Royal Society, found Povey " a nice contriver of all elegancies and exceedingly formal ".
- The dedication to a masque by Francis Beaumont performed at Whitehall in 1613 describes Bacon as the " chief contriver " of its performances at Gray's Inn and the Inner Temple.
- should be read to define witches as " the popish ( Catholic ) rout, the contrivers of charms to " delude the people . " ( emphasis in original ).
- According to Wood he was conveyed from Flanders to Rome, where, by command of the pope, he was, as a contriver of new doctrine, thrust into a dungeon of the Inquisition.
- When Mary escaped to Dunbar, Lindsay fled to England with the other contrivers of Rizzio's murder, but the queen pardoned him, Morton, and others shortly before the murder of Darnley.
- In December 1648 Barkstead was appointed one of the king's trial, he says : " I was no contriver of it within or without, at that time I was many miles from the place, and did not know of it until I saw my name in a paper . . . what I did, I did without any malice ".
- His " Second Grand Trio, for Pianoforte, Violin and Violoncello ", op . 22, was reviewed in 1831 : " This was performed by Mr . Neate at one of his concerts . . . . The first movement is the least striking of the whole . . . . The " Andante " . . . will gain the suffrages of all who possess real taste . . . . The Minuet and Trio have both a great deal of that very rare commodity, originality, and abound in spirit well kept up . . . . The finale, differing in style from the other parts of the Trio, derives much of its effect from contrast . . . . This work requires a superior pianist to execute it, but it exhibits none of those freaks which only the contriver of them can play . . . ."