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the act of making better or the condition of being made better

the act or process of revising

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the act of amending or correcting

a statement that is added to or revises or improves a proposal or document (a bill or constitution etc

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HAMILTON, Bermuda -- The Bermuda International Business Association (BIBA) fully supported the amendments as proposed by the Minister of Finance during the House of Assembly Session on 13th December 2006 to "The Companies Amendment Act 2006".
Federal courts have struck down some state laws regulating pornography, ruling that the First Amendment prohibits what the courts have described as the "freedom of expression.
Had it passed, the amendment still would have had to have won a two-thirds vote in the Senate and achieve ratification by three-fourths of the states before becoming part of the Constitution.
That amendment, in the Speaker's view, was poorly crafted and wouldn't help us with one of our most valuable allies in the war against terror,'' John Feehery said.
On behalf of Chairman Standing Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges, Minister for Defence Khuram Dastgir presented report of the Standing Committee on the Amendments proposed in the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007.
The opposition parties, Cardinal Telesphore Toppo and other tribal leaders had separately met the Governor and requested her not to clear the amendment bills.
Ordinance II of 1962(Government Bill) had unanimously recommended to pass each Bill without any amendment therein.
Most positive about the amendment was its granting of full citizenship and legal rights to "all persons born or naturalized in the United States.
24), we're still debating what the First Amendment means in day-to-day life, and what is and isn't someone's "First Amendment right.
Because this proposed amendment is neither sound nor administrable, we urge the Commission to avoid including it in any proposed Model Uniform Statute on Reportable Transactions & Inconsistent Filing Positions.
The City Council, which postponed action on the sphere amendment for about a month because Palmer's letter implied possible litigation, is slated to take up the issue again Tuesday.
The lawyers who filed the suits tried a variety of arguments, citing privacy, the Second Amendment, and a similar provision in the Illinois Constitution's Bill of Rights ("Subject only to the police power, the right of the individual citizen to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed").
Almost three-quarters of students surveyed say they either don't know how they feel about the First Amendment or that they take it for granted.
These leaders were incensed over the president's incessant promotion of a controversial plan to overhaul the Social Security system and his lack of work on behalf of a Federal Marriage Amendment (FMA), a constitutional revision that would ban gay marriage in America.