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Of, relating to, effecting, or having the power of revision.
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of, relating to, or having the power to revise
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(rɪˈvaɪ zə ri)

pertaining to or for the purpose of revision.
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even those that do not have revisory authority over the inferior courts.
The artist's work is mimicry and mockery, as well as critical and revisory. This is to say nothing of her (erotic or pornographic?) imagery, which asserts the power of female pleasure.
The Florida legislature retains a revisory power over that jurisprudence, in the sense noted by Justice Polston: the legislature may alter statutes to alter statutory interpretation.
If I had the knack, it would be something performed entirely apart from my serious work--just as my present revisory activities are.
21), in the revisory books of the Sevsk governor's office, the books of ordinary and extraordinary collections of the Komaritskaia court canton (RGADA f.