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intention

 [in-ten´shun]
1. a goal.
2. a manner of healing.
3. a surgical procedure or operation.

in·ten·tion

(in-ten'shŭn),
1. An objective.
2. In surgery, a process or operation.
[L. intentio, a stretching out; intention]

intention

(ĭn-tĕn′shən)
n.
Medicine The process by which or the manner in which a wound heals.

in·ten·tion

(in-ten'shŭn)
1. An objective.
2. surgery A process or operation.
[L. intentio, a stretching out; intention]
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Titled "An Act Increasing the Penalties for the Crime of Slander by Deeds," including the intentional filing of a false complaint in court with any government agency exercising quasi-judicial or administrative powers, HB 6148 amends Article 358 of the e Revised Penal Code.