alteration


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the process or result of making or becoming different

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She handles all types of clothes alterations from patching up holes to lengthening and shortening dresses and trousers.
12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --STITCH, introducing a revolutionary alteration and design service, is launching the flagship shop today in West Hollywood, Calif.
James Hurst, senior indirect tax manager, said: "This means that tax payers who would previously have incurred standard-rate VAT bills could now save thousands of pounds on alteration and reconstruction work
In fact, long-term alterations after fetal or neonatal CPF exposure are not confined to cholinergic systems but rather involve a wide variety of neurotransmitters and, notably, serotonin (5HT) (Aldridge et al.
Alteration in nutrition related to poor oral intake
The same polyurethane adheres well to metal, facilitating alteration and repair of aluminum patterns.
A third mechanism of resistance is the alteration by gram-negative bacteria of their outer membrane transport channels that serve as the bacterium's own transport system, and which also allow the antibiotic to enter the organism.
There was a steady increase in alteration effects with each alteration level (readers looked at distortions of 5%, 25% and 55%).
Under the new law an Alteration Type II application can be filed for combining apartments without removing open violations against the building.
The geochemistry along with the geologic and alteration mapping and SP geophysical work have identified what appears to be an upper-level expression of a porphyry copper-molybdenum-gold system.
New aspects of glutathione biochemistry and transport: selective alteration of glutathione metabolism.
Wright, having been employed by firms at either end of the spectrum for ten years prior, bet his life savings that a small interior alteration firm could do well in a tight commercial leasing market with a highly structured and organized estimating department that could service the ever growing need for value that building owners must have to consummate leases.
Until recently, the Staten Island homebuilders could always rely on applicable zoning regulations contemplating the as-of-right removal of trees and alteration of topography in South Richmond.
It provides that elevators are not required in new construction or alteration of facilities that are less than three stories or have less than 3,000 square feet per story, unless the building is a shopping center, shopping mall, health care provider, or type of facility that the Attorney General determines requires elevators.
Alteration reads differently on women's bodies: women are altered to begin with, their brassieres are their skeletons.