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  • n. Plural form of emendation.

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Examples

  • This text in English translation, with some minor emendations, is taken from Les Prix Nobel en 1964.

    The Nobel Peace Prize 1964 - Presentation Speech

  • The English text of Mr. Hambro's speech, with some minor emendations, is that appearing in Les

    The Nobel Peace Prize 1963 - Presentation Speech

  • In such instances, the quotations are noted as "NRSV, with emendations."

    Kung Fu Night! Double Feature: The Swordsman II and Chocolate

  • A week or so later, Hillary Clinton announced her own economic stimulus package which was also very good, because it was essentially the exact same plan as Edwards ', but with a few minor (albeit clever) emendations.

    Hillary Campaign Opens Fire On Obama Over Reagan Comments

  • Alei Tamar occasionally gives a different commentary and sometimes suggests emendations.

    Niddah, Tractate.

  • In the early seventeenth century it appeared in an Italian translation that reflected certain Italian sensibilities and was republished a number of times with emendations.

    Seder Mitzvot Nashim.

  • As I do not wish to stand between what he wrote and gathered together, I have kept my own emendations and comments to a bare minimum.

    The Stream and The Torrent (1st prologue)

  • These subtle emendations reflect a dramatic shift, one expressed directly in his correspondence with Stillingfleet.

    Locke's Philosophy of Science

  • But when writers have not ­personally approved a manuscript for publication, or even when they have — as in the case Raymond Carver, who later bristled at ­emendations made by his editor, ­Gordon Lish — it is difficult, if not impossible, to figure out what their ­intentions were.

    Paris in a New Light

  • Shlemiel is a beadle (caretaker) for Chelm's wise men, who are of course fools, especially their leader, Gronam Ox (Charles Levin), author of such scriptural emendations as "God said, let there be gefilte fish."

    Lost in a Fool's Paradise

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