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Selectmen also reworded two articles about the 1835 Town Hall.
However, after barely 48 hours of this informal agreement, the Centre has done a U-turn and reworded clause 17(b) of the Bill to include the words "done with the intent to cause nuclear damage".
Other clauses, including overtime, sick leave and bereavement leave, have been reworded so the entitlements ore dear-for members.
After confusion over the definition of "formal day dress" last year, the Ascot authorities have reworded the dress code for women.
The roster of artists also included three recent graduates--sopranos Joni Henson and Virginia Hatfield and mezzo Megan Latham in the trio from Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier--and three graduating students--soprano Lucia Cesaroni, mezzo Kathleen Promane and baritone Philip Kalmanovitch--in a deftly reworded version of Noel Coward's "We'll meet again.
In return, you will be reworded with a package of 40k [pounds sterling]-45k [pounds sterling], a car, pension, laptop, Blackberry and private healthcare.
Laura Hayes, a customer assistant at the Castle Street branch in Hinckley, sang a slightly reworded version of the Sound of Music classic, backed by seven other employees dressed as nuns.
090 on speedy trials, but reworded for clarity when the time begins to run.
Bartone's instrument, slightly reworded for an undergraduate respondent base, was distributed to 1,432 full time, first year students early in the fall '98 semester: 198 (13.
Last week, I was pleasantly surprised that I could pick out three pieces of news that gladdened my heart: (1) gene therapy is making a headway in curing diseases; (2) a judge ruled Proposition R must be reworded on the November ballot so it does not mislead voters regarding term limits of City Council members; (3) after eating a meal of artery-clogging food, one can reduce the effect on our cholesterol by taking a long walk.
After heated exchanges and a 10- minute break the motion was reworded and debated.
In other instances, committees have expressed frustration with the limited scope of FDA's questions or reworded voting questions.