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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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If only as a necessary bridge to his main focus (Heaney, Mahon, Boland); or as a revisionary swerve from the influences of Yeats and Auden to Joyce and Patrick Kavanagh; or as source for the dissemination (in an Irish revision) of Poundian and American poetics, Kinsella makes sense.
The novel's conclusion, although somewhat contrived, fulfills the novel's revisionary aims.
The Finance Minister who also chairs a High Powered Committee to streamline and rationalize Statutory Revisionary Orders (SROs) directed FBR to hold its meeting more frequently so that an expeditious decision about SROs can be made at the earliest.
He began to undertake studies of a more revisionary nature, documenting the entire southern African fauna of selected groups of molluscs, as a result producing more comprehensive and scientifically valuable papers.
In the volume's afterword Elleke Boehmer argues that the revisionary purpose of this collection is to present several examples of "imperial occlusion," a tendency in postwar fiction to "forget" that the empire is crumbling into pieces (2011, 242).
Miriam Chirico develops a structuralist analysis of the "mythic revisionary drama" (15) of Karen Hartman, Sarah Ruhl, and Caridad Svich, highlighting the diversity of revisionary strategies and styles being deployed in three key works.
111) The delegates subsequently adopted a resolution permitting both houses of Congress, by a two thirds vote, "to overrule the revisionary check" and also adopted a resolution "which gave the Executive alone without the Judiciary the revisionary controul on the laws.
Proponents of the error theory hold that revisionary accounts of moral concepts are implausible; our moral concepts entail categorical reasons and nonnormative reductive accounts cannot account for this.
The essay, a revisionary interpretation which rejects orientalist charges for the much maligned character and instead argues for his generic and historical significance at a time when strictures against Asian immigration were extreme, anticipates Yunte Huang's much celebrated current book (Charlie Chan: The Untold Story of the Honorable Detective and his Rendezvous with American History) by several years.
Notable for the breadth of its preliminary research, adherence to 'minimally intrusive' procedures, and concern for 'optimal stabilisation', the restoration also delivered new, sometimes surprising insights into Klimt's own improvisatory and revisionary approach.
The result is a well-informed, revisionary reading of Kant's critical philosophy and its relation to German idealism.
A true believer and a pioneer in integrating specimen databases into the practice of revisionary systematics (Schuh.