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This perpetual revisal inscribes the movement of perfectibility and political justice more problematically than Godwin's Enlightenment rhetoric sometimes supposes.
In 1792 Jefferson had looked to the judiciary as "the last means of correcting the errors of others, and whose decrees are, therefore, subject to no further revisal.
Over the past 18 months, Adnoc subsidiaries have found their projects bogged down by repeated delays to bid submissions from contractors and a near-continuous revisal of project costs.