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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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After showing Crookshanks the text of the Prologue "when set up for revisal," he could easily have inserted some richly deserved words of thanks to him.
The theory neither of the British, nor the state constitutions, authorizes the revisal of a judicial sentence by a legislative act.
Furthermore, Coles announced that "justice and humanity require of us a general revisal of the laws relative to Negroes, in order to better adapt them to the character of our institutions, and the situation of our country.
The theory neither of the British, nor the State constitutions, authorises the revisal of a judicial sentence, by a legislative act.
he had seldom occasion to correct or alter a single word, but in his verses, especially his two great ethic poems, nothing could exceed the patient and incessant revisal, which he bestowed upon them.
Writing to Robert Surtees a month earlier Scott had conceded that Jeffrey's article was 'as tight a one as he has written since Southey's Madoc', but went on to insist: 'I don't believe the world ever furnished a critic and an author who were more absolute poco curantes about their craft, we dined together, and had a hearty laugh at the revisal of the flagellation' (L ii.
Jefferson and Pendleton soon worked together on legal issues when they were elected to the committee for "A General Revisal of the Laws" of Virginia with George Wythe, George Mason, and Thomas Ludwell Lee.
In 2013, the NPS initially forecasted the peak bloom date would fall in late March, but colder-than-expected weather prompted a revisal last week.