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revision

Medspeak-UK
Reviewing (US). Studying, especially to prepare for an exam.

Surgery
The evaluation of a surgical wound.

revision

Medical communication A manuscript that has been submitted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal, which addresses the questions asked by the reviewers. See Manuscript NIHspeak Any change in a study's protocol which occurs between initial submission and CTEP approval and official filing Vox populi The alteration of a thing.

revision

(in taxonomy) the summary and re-evaluation of previous knowledge, including new material and new interpretation if present.
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President Moon Jae-in urged the National Assembly to reach a consensus on revising the Constitution by the end of next month so the country can hold a referendum on the revision and the local elections slated for June simultaneously.
1,4,5) Surgical revision after CWD mastoidectomy may be necessary in a significant percentage of patients.
Comprehensive revisions are usually conducted at 5-year intervals that correspond with the integration of updated statistics from BEA's quinquennial benchmark input-output (I-O) accounts.
The key revisions include an expansion of the policy's scope to include those Federal Reserve Bank payments and securities settlement systems that meet the policy's application criteria, revised general risk management expectations for systems subject to the policy, and the incorporation of both the Core Principles for Systemically Important Payment Systems (Core Principles) and the Recommendations for Securities Settlement Systems (Recommendations).
A second example of the flexibility afforded under the revisions is the ability to use a single device to control a subset of furnaces and in-line fluxers within an existing group of sources.
Often, they will fall into using the language introduced to them--invention, drafting, revision, and editing--to the point that each student's account of his or her process is a cookie-cutter copy of the next student's; these accounts too often say little about their identities and personalities.
Section III documents the market reaction to the revisions.
Joy of Cooking'' has been revised about every 10 years since its first publication, but when it came time for a 1985 revision, Ethan Becker balked.
The revisions to the instructions address both the purpose and the manner of obtaining Form W-7.
The curious situation thus arises that, in making a case for radical revisions in a world view, the proponent must proceed conservatively in order to win any converts.
Numbering the manual pages can be a hindrance, because with revisions, the page numbers are likely to change.
If the proposed revisions in GATT are adopted, it will mean that every farmer in every member nation will be thrown into competition with every other farmer.