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the process or result of making or becoming different

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SUBMITTED | |Mr Hulme, change of use and alterations to barn to form property, Low Platt Farm, Low Platt Lane, Scammonden.
Historic area and long time Alterations shop make this a perfect business.
Additions, Alterations, Repairs (Non-residential) $18,220.
She handles all types of clothes alterations from patching up holes to lengthening and shortening dresses and trousers.
Listed building homeowners in the Midlands inspired to start alterations to their homes could be set for a welcome VAT saving on the cost of alterations to garages, according to specialists at accountants Grant Thornton in Birmingham.
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.
The plans must reflect that the alterations meet all handicap code requirements.
Auditors can perform a real service for their clients by pointing out the existence of graphical alterations in financial statements and helping companies avoid potential "earnings management" problems.
For pattern repair, because polyurethane bonds well to metal, alterations to part designs are easy to make.
Alterations in antibiotic target sites can occur through spontaneous mutation of a bacterium's own genetic material, acquisition of DNA from another bacterium, and acquisition of DNA fragments, known as plasmids, which can travel from one type of bacterium to another.
Mistakes in that gene's sequence lead to alterations in an enzyme called superoxide dismutase.
The photographs in Deborah Samuel's show "Venus Passage" bear witness to ritual violence: she paints her models in thick black strokes that evoke bodily alterations ranging from decorative scarification to sex change.
Thus, any planned alterations or renovation must be checked against the ADA Accessibility Guidelines.
If so, they may be eligible for a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Home Improvement and Structural Alterations (HISA) grant.
Under the Act, when alterations are made to existing facilities that could affect the usability of the facility, the alterations must be made in such a manner that, to the maximum extent feasible, the altered portion is "readily accessible to and usable by" people with disabilities.