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Synonyms for revisal

the act of rewriting something

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As a share of the total number of individual labour contracts registered with the REVISAL the increase is only from 7.
Even though he was apparently unaware of Young's attack, it was not until 1956 that Arthur Sherbo renewed charges of plagiarism against Johnson in the 1765 Shakespeare edition--Heath's Revisal being the main focus of his scrupulous search:
The existing policy was last updated in 2003 and the new committee in office from April this year will work on the revisal of the policy.
Revisal of National Health Insurance Fund (NZOK)'s funds for 2014 by BGN 200 M <a href="http://www.
And if, in terms of infrastructure and logistics in the last 15 years, there were developed softwares and were created connections to European networks (easily accessing REVISAL and EURES), in terms of the employees of the Public Employment Service we can speak of staff retention based on subjective criteria (influenced by the political and social environment).
This perpetual revisal inscribes the movement of perfectibility and political justice more problematically than Godwin's Enlightenment rhetoric sometimes supposes.
The counsel contended that, due to the revisal of international call termination charges, the overseas Pakistanis were paying three to four times average more to call back home as foreign telecom operators had geared up the rates.
Although the health laws of the States should be found to need no present revisal by Congress, yet commerce claims that their attention be ever awake to them.
If the upcoming presidential elections are followed by a revisal, if not cancellation, of the peace treaty with Israel, the Foreign Minister expects that Israel will be a natural target for the regime to target a foreign country as an enemy and draw attention away from domestic problems.
I accordingly prepared three bills for the Revisal, proposing three distinct grades of education, reaching all classes.