reamend

reamend

(ˌriːəˈmɛnd)
vb (tr)
formal to amend (something) again
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Microcosms were reamended with [sup.13]C- or [sup.12]C-bicarbonate every 3 months.
Outnumbered by scores of bats, the cave toad's uncanny likeness to sculpture could be attributed to its deceptively inanimate state and to the sublimely disorienting situation instigated by "Cave Show." The series "reamends the rights of artists to make mistakes, currently, on the same order of magnitude as cave men." During the third expedition, in February 2014, the cave toad's hypnotic persona came to harmonize the group's collective imagination.
However, in this unusual Illinois case, legislation, which had been amended and reamended failed, at least in one course of amendments, to provide for a severability provision.
(186) For a variety of reasons, including its increasing use as a litigation weapon, (187) Rule 11 was ultimately reamended in 1993 to be more discretionary, with many commentators praising the change.