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Revise

To change or modify.
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Administrative data as provided by the Labour Inspection which maintains the REVISAL electronic register of the employees do not provide such data as they their focus is on the number of contracts and not the number of individuals.
The Among the many author of the Revisal emendations, the two of Shakespeare's most favored by Text, goes still editors have been farther, and says, princely (F2) and 'We should precise (Tieck undoubtedly restore conjecture in the ancient reading Cambridge).
Until the revisal of 1733, Virginia laws existed mostly in manuscript, except for a couple of printed editions, (176) including that compiled by John Purvis and published in 1684.
After showing Crookshanks the text of the Prologue "when set up for revisal," he could easily have inserted some richly deserved words of thanks to him.
In 1440, her family obtained a revisal of her trial, and in 1456, she was formally pronounced to have been innocent.
The budget revisal comprises several new spending suggestions, including NOK1.8bn for the running and expansion of hospitals and NOK1.3bn for sick pay and occupational rehabilitation.
Battle, Battle's Revisal of the Public Statutes of North Carolina (Raleigh, 1873), p.
The theory neither of the British, nor the state constitutions, authorizes the revisal of a judicial sentence by a legislative act.
"Conceiving it not less due to our principles, than to the rights of those held in bondage, that they should be restored to their liberty," proclaimed Coles, "I earnestly recommend to the legislature that just and equitable provisions be made for the abrogation of slavery in the State." Furthermore, Coles announced that "justice and humanity require of us a general revisal of the laws relative to Negroes, in order to better adapt them to the character of our institutions, and the situation of our country." While they did not want to encourage free black immigration into Illinois, Coles and his fellow abolitionists firmly believed that they had a duty to protect those free blacks who already resided in the state.(19)
The theory neither of the British, nor the State constitutions, authorises the revisal of a judicial sentence, by a legislative act.
he had seldom occasion to correct or alter a single word, but in his verses, especially his two great ethic poems, nothing could exceed the patient and incessant revisal, which he bestowed upon them."