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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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Thus, in the CBO's view, the period with the greatest revisions to potential output growth over time is the 1970s and early 1980s.
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.
It can be injected without significant concern about long-lasting complications and without compromising future surgical revision.
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.
Our results show that offering-size revisions convey information: investors do react to these announcements, but the information conveyed does not appear to come from the firm.
Bobbs-Merrill had a cash cow and no intention of reinvesting in substantial revisions,'' said Ethan Becker, 52.
Form W-4P, Withholding Certificate for Pension or Annuity Payments: Revisions to this form include the standard annual changes to the personal exemptions claimed on the "Deduction and Adjustments Worksheet," as well as to the tables for calculating the amount included on line 2 of the "Multiple Pension/More than One Income Worksheet.
UL) announces it will propose certain revisions affecting carbon monoxide detectors as part of its normal, on-going Standards development process.
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.