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revise

Medspeak-UK
Review (US). To study, in particular, to prepare for an exam.

Surgery
To evaluate a surgical wound.

revise

(rĕ-vīz′) [L. revisere, to look back, revisit]
1. To update a text, blog, website, or document; to rewrite its content.
2. In surgery, to reoperate after an earlier surgical procedure has failed.
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The Reviser Note to [sections] 1014 concludes that "[t]he consolidation [of the thirteen predecessor statutes] was without change of substance .
While the sections of the Histaria that are now published for the first time do not add greatly to our historical knowledge, they do enhance considerably our understanding of the whole spectrum of Henry's rhetorical and poetical as well as historical skills, and allow us to see properly for the first time the encrustations of amendments and additions with which this most inveterate of revisers glossed and updated his work.
market abuse) to tackle market abuse more effectively, subject to alignment with the final political agreement on MiFID II and revisions by legal linguists and revisers.
A team of revisers has updated the discussion, and in the process added a diversity of opinion to Smart's authoritative own.
Sixteen contributions by 17 European legal practitioners and scholars consider a number of major issues including terminologies of rights and remedies, the role of the European Court of Justice as interpreter, multilingualism in parliamentary practice, the role of the European Commission's legal revisers, and translation at the European Court of Justice.
The second edition provides extensive coverage of computer aids for revisers, and of the different degrees of revision suited to different texts.