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Synonyms for reform

Synonyms for reform

to make right what is wrong

Synonyms for reform

a change for the better as a result of correcting abuses

a campaign aimed to correct abuses or malpractices

self-improvement in behavior or morals by abandoning some vice

make changes for improvement in order to remove abuse and injustices

bring, lead, or force to abandon a wrong or evil course of life, conduct, and adopt a right one

break up the molecules of

improve by alteration or correction of errors or defects and put into a better condition

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The 19 items concerning reform implementation were based on Taylor (2001) and a review of district-wide policies.
Blagojevich and his Republican challenger, state Treasurer Judy Baar Topinka, have offered school finance reform packages.
If analysts and investors are saying that accounting reform is needed because the current standards do not represent the way they view pensions, and the FASB rules should reflect how these plans are viewed in the marketplace, then there should be minimal market disturbances.
There's no question that there is a much broader recognition of the failure of LAUSD and the need for reform, whether that reform is mayoral takeover, or what I think is a better option, the breakup of the district into smaller districts.
Finally, because of the linkage between the federal and state tax bases, the ripple effect of tax reform on the states must be kept in the forefront of considerations.
Any reform should take into account that pluralism.
The second book, Welfare Reform in West Virginia, has been compiled by a number of scholars under the direction of Robert Jay Dilger, who works for the Library of Congress Congregational Research Service.
The preface to Understanding Social Security Reform urges policymakers and the public to gain a clear understanding of the issues involved before modifying a program as important as Social Security.
Knick Harley's essay in The Cambridge History on "Trade, Discovery, Mercantilism and Technology" briefly discusses repeal of the Corn Laws while Ottaway relates reform to poor laws.
Supporters of campaign finance reform insisted that new laws were needed to cure electoral politics of the corrupting influence of donations from "special interests.
He said the debate on Social Security reform is an important one to have, and he was pleased that it received such prominent play after the election.
Herndon National Legislative Award for their outstanding government affairs achievements in lobbying for the auto insurance reform package in 2003.
The new reform replaces the word husband with "under the leadership of both spouses.
Garcia Briones says he has personally witnessed the harm done to Mexican business by the lack of reform in one important area--the state-owned energy sector.