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Revise

To change or modify.
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Two years later, philosophy was translated into action: the Montreal Protocol imposed strict and revisable controls over ozone-depleting chemicals, including the CFCs variously used as solvents, propellants and refrigerants, and bromine-containing halons widely used in fire-extinguisher systems.
Another product, Disoss Document Exchange Facility (DDXF), is a two-way transfer facility that provides both library and distribution services for final form documents, while a third product, External Document Exchange (EDE) with Disoss, supports revisable fomr text document exchange.
The Red Flag Rules specifically call for the creation of a formal, written and revisable plan for identity theft prevention that includes provisions for identifying, detecting and responding to identity theft.
Selon la note d'information visee par le CDVM, cette emission se decompose en quatre tranches : A[cedilla] Une tranche A cotee a la Bourse de Casablanca, a taux revisable annuellement, d'une maturite de 5 ans, a taux de 4,81%, revisable en reference au taux plein 1 an, soit 3,61% la 1ere annee, augmente d'une prime de risque de 120 pbs; A[cedilla] Une tranche B cotee, a taux fixe de 5,39%, en reference au bons du tresor 5 ans, soit 3,99%, augmente d'une prime de risque de 140 pbs; A[cedilla] Une tranche C non cotee a 4,81% revisable annuellement; A[cedilla] Une tranche D non cotee egalement, a taux fixe de 5,39%.
We continue to believe that the most substantial opportunity in the cervical disc replacement market lies with highly revisable procedures such as that allowed by NeoDisc.
Thus envisionable narrative traditions can never be permanently achieved, but rather only truly endure as revisable narratings engaged with lived actuality.
His task in this and the following volume is monumental: namely, to critique classical Western concepts of God and the God-world relationship, above all in the modern period from Descartes onward, and to set forth a new conception of metaphysics as an empirically revisable "model" of reality rather than as a picture or diagram of reality.
Interest rate risk is also minimal, as nearly all assets and debt are in floating or revisable rates.
Strategies need to be tactical, easy to evaluate and revisable if they are not working.
We also believe that highly revisable procedures, such as that afforded by NeoDisc, represent the most substantial opportunity to address degenerative disc disease with early intervention while allowing for spinal motion.
Holism is confirmational, ontology is relative to background theory, and, like science, judgment of truth is not immutable but revisable always.
Combining MPV support with OpenDVD, Sonic's technology for making CDs and DVDs easily revisable, will provide even more flexibility and varied playback options for consumers.