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revision

(Corrected version), noun corrected edition, current edition, emendatio, improved version, new edition, rescript, revised edition, rewrite, uppated version

revision

(Process of correcting), noun alteration, change, correcting, editing, elaboration, overhauling, refining, reform, removal of errors, restyling, revisal, rewriting
Associated concepts: law revision commission, revision of a statute
See also: amendment, change, correction, development, innovation, reform, renewal, reorganization
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A week later Prince Andrew was a member of the Committee on Army Regulations and- what he had not at all expected- was chairman of a section of the committee for the revision of the laws.
00) is very useful for reference though now much in need of revision.
Some members, with Stremov at their head, justified their mistake on the ground that they had put faith in the commission of revision, instituted by Alexey Alexandrovitch, and maintained that the report of the commission was rubbish, and simply so much waste paper.
I proceed to the arrangement of my slips--to the revision of my slips--to the reading of my slips--addressed emphatically to your private ear.
The whole system of shipping and conveying these unfortunate persons, is one that stands in need of thorough revision.
The Ministry also hinted that there will be a downward revision in import figures which will lower the C/A deficit yet there was no mention as to when these revisions would be announced.
It is a pleasure to discuss Richard Anderson and Charles Gascon's (2009) article on their attempt to develop a state-space model to measure potential output growth in the face of data revisions.
economy, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) will soon adopt a new approach to annual revisions of its economic accounts that will allow improvements in concepts, definitions, and source data to be introduced earlier than previously possible.
29, 2006, the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants, an independent standard-setting board within the International Federation of Accountants, released an exposure draft containing significant revisions to the independence standards of the IFAC Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants (the IFAC Code).
In some cases, nasal defects can be addressed by revision surgery; revision rates are estimated to range from 4 to 7%, although revisions are probably greatly underreported.
On July 28, the Bureau of Economic Analysis released one of its regular revisions in the National Income and Product Accounts, a data series that includes the most comprehensive available estimates of U.