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- n. the act or process of reviewing
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A review.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of reviewing; a review; a critique.
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They also called for a reviewal of inflation targeting, a range of inflation that the government aims for to keep interest rates low, as well as a review of GEAR.
In order to have a reviewal system of that content you'd have to employ literally thousands upon thousands of staff in order to be able to watch it and make the site remain viable.
So they're in the reviewal -- very early stages of the reviewal process which perhaps helps explain why we didn't hear President Bush lay out any kind of international strategy, if you will -- any specifics on an international strategy.
The site is set up to let Diaries go straight through without editing or reviewal.
That Defence Advisory Boards need to address the matters of veterans through their reviewal process;
Of particular importance, is the reviewal and development of a classification system for parolees and probationers.
There is so much fluidity and discussions at a national and provincial levels on the reviewal of the powers of housing boards.
The sector called for a reviewal summit to be held to determine progress made following the job summit.
Xego called for the reviewal of the PSNP policy and emphasised that the programme must benefit the schoolchildren and empower women groups which "constitute the backbone" of rural communities.
This was achieved through close cashflow management and continuous reviewal of the expenditure pattern in the Department of Education.