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This 1990's revisal wants us to believe that Rosemary is mistress of her fate and future.
He wished to devote himself mainly to the revisal and publication of his works.
The British motor industry has achieved an astonishing revisal.
This revisal or correction is a constant force, which, as a tendency, reaches through our lifetime.
Nothing can flatter me so much as that you have thought it worth the pains of such a revisal."
A revisal is part revision, part revival and part reappraisal.
I accordingly prepared three bills for the Revisal, proposing three distinct grades of education, reaching all classes.
Mr Smith said it was a 'curious coincidence that the prospect of political defeat has caused a revisal of the legal opinion'.
Revival or Revisal?
He was chairman of the Committee on Revisal and Unfinished Business during the Seventh Congress.
In revisal (an atrocious word that has wormed its way into theater parlance) "Working" comes off all the worse for its dubious reworking.
During the 13th Congress, Stanford chaired the Committee on Revisal and Unfinished Business.
Enthusiasms 2012: The Minds Behind Dangerous Minds Main Revival or Revisal?
A revisal's director (in this case Des McAnuff, who also directed the plush, showy "Tommy") acts as a kind of anthropologist and social psychologist.
While in Congress he served as chairman for the Committee on Revisal and Unfinished Business in the Thirty-fourth Congress.
His Revisal of Shakespear's Text (1765) was an answer to what he saw as the insolent dogmatism of Bishop Warburton.
"GOLDEN BOY" A semi-revival, semi-adaptation - a revisal?
But it's worth remembering that another recent "revisal" was of a Sondheim show, "West Side Story," which was staged in 2009 with some lyrics translated to Spanish.
Attenuation theory is a model of selective attention proposed by Anne Treisman, and can be seen as a revisal of Donald Broadbent's Filter model.
There, Bassett served as chairman of the Committee on Claims and of the Committee on Revisal and Unfinished Business from 1811 to 1813.
On 6 November 1776 he supported Lord John Cavendish's defeated motion for the "revisal of all acts of parliament by which his majesty's subjects in America think themselves aggrieved".
For while we feel all these inducements to go into a revisal of the constitution, we must feel for the constitution itself, and make that revisal a moderate one.
Kirkpatrick was elected as a Democrat to the Twenty-eighth Congress, serving in office from March 4, 1843-March 3, 1845, and was chairman of the Committee on Revisal and Unfinished Business.
The most ambitious approach to classic musical theater texts can be seen in the plush, showy revisal of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" that opened 10 days ago at the Richard Rodgers Theater.
Even in the Senate there were some men indignant at the usual compliance of that body, and who spoke of the necessity of subjecting the Constitution to a revisal, in order to render it conformable to the Consulate for life.
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