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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of revise.
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- adj. altered or revised by rephrasing or by adding or deleting material
- adj. improved or brought up to date
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Gingrich's supporters, meanwhile, handed out what they called a revised schedule to the day's events.
Last week, Sen. Brad Lager, R-Savannah, distributed what he described as a revised proposal from Nixon's administration.
The Commerce report Monday said durables dropped by 1.5%, revised from a previously reported 1.3% decrease.
July orders rose 0.5%, revised from a previously reported 0.1% increase.
So I've heard, though I wonder if these results would stand up if we put in revised estimates of economic performance in the Communist bloc - and including things like famine deaths in our measures of "economic performance."
The forecasts factor in revised currency assumptions: Honda now sees the U.S. dollar averaging 80 yen during the fiscal second half, while Mazda puts it at 82 yen.
I actually heard this for the first time right about the time I was working on the revised STRANGEWAYS (that is, revised from the original BADLANDS).
(An old piece revised is never going to teach you as much, or be up to the standards, of a new piece written with developing skills.)
How can you claim something so frequently revised is any sort of uncorrupted truth?
January's reading was revised from a loss to a gain of 14,000 jobs, and February's job loss was also narrowed in the revision.
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