- Reference works, like guide books, need constant revision and sometimes replacement.
- Exhibitors have opposed any revision of the business norms in the film industry.
- I do agree with raising the age allowable to purchase an air weapon and with some revision on the supervision laws.
- And after weeks of study and revision they all agreed their results were worth the effort.
- Winston Churchill's reputation has proved remarkably resilient to revision.
- Normally, prosecutors return case files they consider weak or in need of revision.
- Since modern policing began at the end of the 19th century, it has been subject to constant revision.
- York students have seen weeks of revision go down the drain after a blundering examination board lost their papers.
- Perhaps there are many others who agree that the government's blueprint draft needs revision.
- I didn't even look at yesterday's poem with a view to revision, and that's almost unheard of.
- I felt it was my reward for managing to do five hours of revision yesterday, which is pretty impressive for me.
- Children too are finding the Internet at home and school invaluable as a research tool for homework and revision.
- In Western Europe, the defence and revision of the myths have run along different tracks.
- The teacher read and edited each story and returned it to the student for revision.
- I was lazy at school but usually sailed through exams with minimal revision and maximum guilt and stress.
- Mr Leslie said he was would be pressing for a return to the old timetable when there is further revision in the summer.
- I seem to be unable to write in prose at the minute; I think all that revision has screwed up my brain.
- Now is not the right time to discuss the repeal or revision of the National Security Law.
- The drafts so far published will be subject to further revision and negotiation.
- They also expect pupils will have time to play sport, do revision and homework and enjoy arts activities.
1.2(of text)corrección feminine
- I've had my head down on the book all day, racing through the new revision.
- After countless revisions and updates, we finally got a plan to Sheffield on time.
- The two community councils are currently seeking majority support for a speed limit revision.
- Readers of the first edition might be disappointed if they seek major revisions.
- Twenty-three revisions were then made and two complete re-writes carried out.
- Leading academics from many fields have worked on revisions to the articles which now number 8000.
- It has been billed as the most radical revision to the criteria for awarding such grants ever undertaken in the UK.
- But here his revisions are about concentration, while providing extra variety of mood.
- Have there been any scientific revisions since this report was published?
- This week the cast start rehearsals which will give time for script revisions.
- The number of revisions and editions would indicate that sales were at least adequate.
- The successive revisions of Bartlett's Familiar Quotations are Helen M. Whall's subject.
- Negotiate on our terms or not at all: that was the meaning of the second revision.
- Later revisions may change the picture, but for now it does not look good.
- Never mind that leading constitutional lawyers insist that the revisions have no standing in law.
- Indeed, you may want to make quite substantial revisions of your review towards the end of writing up your work.
- He said the government and the House had yet to agree on several articles in the proposed revision of the law.
- We should take our time and undertake as many revisions as are necessary.
- Madge also demanded script revisions to the play, Up for Grabs, in which she is currently starring.
- With the latest price revision last week, the price now stands at Rs 33.88 per litre.
1.3(text)edición corregida feminine
2British(for exam)repaso masculine