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Verb(1) make amendments to(2) to make better(3) set straight or right
(1) We seek to amend that document in some minor respects.(2) did she amend her original will later on?(3) It said it has persuaded several overseas companies to amend their websites to reflect UK law.(4) if you can amend or alter people's mindset(5) But the courts have no competence to nullify, repeal or amend the legislation in question.(6) amend your soil with peat moss or compost(7) Virtually the first act of the fledgling Scottish Parliament was to amend the legislation in an attempt to close this loophole.(8) Commissioner Charlie McCreevy has said he is willing to amend the text to make it clear that conditions and standards for workers will not be affected in any way.(9) Actually, Madison wanted to amend the text of the Articles of the Constitution, rather than tacking on a Bill of Rights and further amendments.(10) In particular, Hawking's own work on black holes (with which Ellis was not directly involved) had progressed faster than they could amend the text.(11) This bill also proposes to amend several existing Acts.(12) They could amend that document or leave it as is.(13) It would not be practical for the council to seek to amend the text in the kind of detail required to make the document acceptable.(14) I will also be seeking to amend the legislation in order to remove the penalties, infringement notices, and prosecution procedures that apply to individuals.(15) Therefore, it is possible that Spain may amend its legislation within the next two months, but if the case goes to the Court of Justice, the issue could take years to resolve.(16) pressuring Panama to amend its banking laws
1. revise ::
2. rectify ::
3. better ::
Different Formsamend, amendable, amended, amending, amendment, amendments
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