- n. Plural form of revision.
“Advisers also voted unanimously to require the FDA to show them label revisions and report back in the next year or 18 months on progress in designing more studies of the drugs in children.”
“But 10 voted that it should remain available, with serious label revisions and possible restrictions on its sale.”
“But this also works the other way (and this is often something I have to go back and fix in revisions, particularly in the Evie novels); there are certain things the reader needs to know early on, so that later events will have the significance needed.”
“The main revisions were the addition of new repertoire to existing composers, and a major overhaul of many of the CD recommendations (for reasons of space I only allow one or two -- occasionally three -- recommendations per work).”
“This brought heightened scrutiny to the whole curriculum review process, which is why the Discover magazine science “Bad Astronomy” blog is reporting in revisions to a history/social science curriculum.”
“The last five revisions is definitely useful - I almost ruined a paper I was writing because I saved it and dropbox almost instantly overwrote all my other copies - since then I've created "non-Dropbox" backups, but SugarSync might be cool for files like that, which get revised often.”
“Your list is really going to help me in revisions!”
“Forcing myself to let the manuscript get ‘cold’ between revisions is very important for me.”
“Why I never applied it to revisions is beyond me! on 31 Mar 2010 at 8: 05 am amy sue nathan”
“I realized that the reason I hate revisions is that when you're drafting, you know when you're getting close to the end, but when you're revising -- especially if what you're trying to do is "make the story more (x)", e.g. "make the character more sympathetic" or”
Looking for tweets for revisions.