In 2006, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act was amended to make the collection of the telephone metadata legal.
But the recent passage of the amended USA Freedom Act through the House seems to suggest there is an alternative.
An amended bill eventually passed that created a new board without all the power Mitchell and the Alliance had sought.
Perhaps this year, the old saying should be amended to: to share is better than to receive.
After a break for lunch, the detective then amended this estimate to 1,000 feet.
This struck Prothero as an inadequate statement of the Socialist project and he made an unsuccessful attempt to get it amended.
He is to be amended, but this is impossible with his mind in a state of hostility.
Page 76, “Bertaudiere” amended to “Bertaudire” (tower of the Bertaudire).
The principle is bad, radically rotten, and cannot be amended.
Page 9: "Subnormal" sic; Byond amended to Beyond; opening quote marks added to "supernormal"
early 13c., "to free from faults, rectify," from Old French amender (12c.), from Latin emendare "to correct, free from fault," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + menda "fault, blemish," from PIE *mend- "physical defect, fault" (cf. Sanskrit minda "physical blemish," Old Irish mennar "stain, blemish," Welsh mann "sign, mark").
Supplanted in senses of "repair, cure" by its shortened offspring mend (v.). Meaning "to add to legislation" (ostensibly to correct or improve it) is recorded from 1777. Related: Amended; amending.