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Synonyms for amend

Synonyms for amend

to advance to a more desirable state

to make right what is wrong

to prepare a new version of

Synonyms for amend

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For tax years beginning after 2004, WFTRA Sections 201, 204(a)(1), 205(a), 203(b) and 202(a), amending, respectively, Secs.
The credit for a qualified electric vehicle is available for those purchased in 2004 and 2005, under WFTRA Section 318 (a), amending Sec.
Amending a non-TEFRA partnership return is accomplished simply by filing a new Form 1065, U.
Signature Flight Support Corporation ("Signature") today announced that it will be amending its tender offer and consent solicitation for the 11% Senior Notes due 2005 (the "Securities") of Aircraft Service International Group, Inc.
3 relating to Amending TCPI's Amended and Restated Articles of Incorporation.
The lenders have granted this new extension so that negotiations may continue with respect to amending the credit agreement in a way that will allow Transit Group to operate in the current industry environment.
Accordingly, AlliedSignal announced today that it is amending its tender offer to purchase up to 40 million AMP shares at $44.
LFI) announced today that LFI is amending the terms of its previously announced debt tender offer and consent solicitation for its 10-7/8% Senior Subordinated Notes due 2006 (the "Notes").
Brandon Gold Corporation (the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has entered into an amending agreement dated January 29, 1998 with Miranda Mining Development Corporation ("Miranda") and Iberoamerica Regalias, S.
The Amending Agreement alters the terms of the El Caracol Agreement by transferring a concession known as the Guerrero Concession to Minera Caracol.
ASE-PSI) announced today that it is amending the terms of its Zero Coupon Convertible Notes due January 2, 1998, subject to the tender of up to 95% of the principal amount of notes for conversion.