revision

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  • Several years may be noted if the work has gone through substantial revisions.
  • He continued making extensive revisions to the book, up until his death.
  • Some made all the revisions while some just made a few.
  • A revision table was used to keep track of the changes made.
  • Below is a list of the major revisions and some of the changes they introduced.
  • This process may be repeated several times if revisions must be made to the figure.
  • Again, her previous history has not been mentioned since this revision.
  • Further, the other parts of the law may be open to revision.
  • The new government established an independent commission to carry out future boundary revisions.
  • The script would go though many changes and revisions before reaching its final form.
  • However, he did take a great interest in the revision and practice of the law throughout the empire.
  • The alphabet went through at least three major revisions during its first few years.
  • She made numerous revisions to her book from the time of its first publication until shortly before her death.
  • Run-time support for extended character sets has increased with each revision of the C standard.
  • The group's revision was based on government information which had newly been released to them.
  • He felt that after several revisions, something still was not right.
  • Revision numbers are difficult to remember in any version-control system.
  • Other revisions have been made from time to time as well.
  • Its greatest strength over direct to paper technical drawing is in the making of revisions.
  • While new features were added, there were no newly created items included in this revision.
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Meaning of revision

  • noun The act of revising or altering (involving reconsideration and modification)
    it would require a drastic revision of his opinion
  • noun The act of rewriting something