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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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This quest, romantic in origins but modernist in execution, constitutes "an interminable experiment" (13); this phrase could stand as the centerpiece of Woolf's revisionary activities as much as "antithetical criticism" does for Bloom's.
Some chapters (especially those by Scharffenberger, Friedman, Roth, and Snyder) are more sophisticated than others in their explorations of revisionary drama on the stage as well as on the page, and the performance-lives of the dramas discussed, as well as the question of whether performed dramatic revisions might exploit any characteristic theatrical vocabularies, devices, or styles, may represent a fertile arena for further research.
These serious complications often require the revisionary surgery referenced above to correct tissue problems or even swap out the faulty joint for a new one.
One of McKelvy's main points in his revisionary narrative is that literature achieved its sacred vocation with the aid of ecclesiastical figures.
Where a putatively revisionary thesis (R) conflicts with a common-sensical Moorean premise (M), we can represent the form of these arguments as follows:
Chapter 5, "The Empire of Anatomy," is the culminating moment in this revisionary book, and it effectively draws together the various strands of the historical argument Park has been making.
Two revisionary arguments she makes are that the enlargement of living spaces resulted from a greater accumulation of goods, rather than causing this, and that closets are usually overgrown chests, or places for valuables, rather than places of personal retirement.
And one need only consider all the clinical trials for food nutrients, anti-cancer drugs, regimens for warding off Alzheimer's, macular degeneration, and colon cancer (flat lesions being the latest discovery) to see how radically revisionary the most widely researched conclusions tend to be.
This is due in no small part to a coterie of younger artists--including Evan Holloway and John Williams--who have channeled her wayward sculptural and installational innovations, and to the revisionary critical research and writing of Kristina Kite.
A revisionary study of the genus Acanthagrion (Odonata: Zygoptera).
Mark Hutchings takes a revisionary look at the evidence that Mary (Moll) Frith herself attended and participated in the Prince Henry's Men play, The Roaring Girl.
This revisionary focus leads Davis to see Faulkner's work as imbricated with clear evocations from a number of cultural and theoretical arenas: game theory, legal discourse, property rights, racial power.