revisal


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re·vis·al

 (rĭ-vī′zəl)
n.
The act or an instance of revising; a revision.
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Noun1.revisal - the act of rewriting something
revising, rewriting - editing that involves writing something again
Translations

revisal

nNachprüfung f, → nochmalige Durchsicht; (Editing) → zweite Korrektur, Revision f (spec)
References in classic literature ?
The theory, neither of the British, nor the State constitutions, authorizes the revisal of a judicial sentence by a legislative act.
At his residence at Mount Vernon, in March, 1785, the first idea was started of a revisal of the Articles of Confederation, by the organization, of means differing from that of a compact between the State Legislatures and their own delegates in Congress.
This revisal or correction is a constant force, which, as a tendency, reaches through our lifetime.
In New York, all bills passed by the legislature were reviewed by the council (a majority of whose members were judges) "for their revisal and consideration" before they took effect.
According to the Romanian Labour Inspection subordinated to the Romanian Ministry of Labour, Social protection, Family and Elderly Persons, which maintains the REVISAL national electronic register of the employees, as of the end of 2014 (see the website of the labour inspection at www.
A Complete Revisal of All the Acts of Assembly of the Province of North Carolina Now in Force and Use 42 (James Davis 1773).
His [Warburton's] chief assailants are the authours of The Canons of Criticism and of the Revisal of Shakespeare's Text; of whom one ridicules his errours with airy petulance, suitable enough to the levity of the controversy; the other attacks them with gloomy malignity, as if he were dragging to justice an assassin or incendiary.