minor change

minor change

A change of minor nature in the work not involving an adjustment in the contract sum or contract time, which may be effected by field order or other written order issued by the architect.
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An editor, and even typographical errors, may have produced nearly all of the very minor changes made in this version.
At the onset, he led a prayer for divine intervention, and at the end, he suggested a minor change (regarding how many constituents a house member should represent).
The final rule also contains a minor change to clarify procedures for application of the Free Trade Agreements when evaluating foreign offers for supplies.
is generally fulfilling its fundamental goals and needs only minor change.
In response to the CCRA directive, IMPACS and the CCP published Charities: Enhancing Democracy in Canada which argues that charities should not be restricted in their ability to advocate for policy change; and it recommends a minor change to the Income Tax Act to lift the restrictions.
Defendant was the final witness and the fact that the bailiff remained there with defendant was such a minor change in procedure that it was unlikely to affect the jury's decision,'' the ruling said.
To install eMAIL for the Macintosh in a cross platform installation, the administrator installs one diskette, one time, on a Macintosh and makes a minor change to the EMAILSYS.
A minor change approval (MCA) has been published by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for the Aspen Avionics Evolution EFD 1000H Pro primary flight display on the Eurocopter AS355.
In the settlement, UT agreed that Fadi Kalaouze and his parent company Kalcorp could continue using the "SAW 'EM OFF" logo, if they made minor changes that further distinguished it from UT's longhorn trademark.
With other minor changes this means the trains will complete the 186-mile trip in two hours and six minutes.
The court is expected to rule quickly, as the county's election chief has said that today is the deadline for making minor changes in ballot language.
In the next 60 years, minor changes were made to the name (Center for Disease Control, Centers for Disease Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), but the initials, CDC, remained the same.