With every modification, that nostalgia starts to look and feel more like a dream.
Trafficking is complicated and the source material is subject to “modification.”
It is not clear if this could lead to a modification of stated U.S. policy that Iran should not have “one centrifuge turning.”
To be clear, these numbers are exactly what each organization reported without manipulation or modification.
RULES ARE SUBJECT TO modification BY THE NEWSWEEK DAILY BEAST COMPANY.
This modification occurring in individuals is dissipated rather rapidly, especially when the chain of experimenters is broken.
He searched ahead on the hillside above him for a modification of its slope.
Thus for Kant sensation is a modification or state of the subject, produced by affection through an object.
It is the best way yet, though with a modification it would be better!
The word was gratia, or some modification of gratia, with some still deeper words engraven round about it.
c.1500, in philosophy, from Middle French modification (14c.) and directly from Latin modificationem (nominative modificatio) "a measuring," noun of action from past participle stem of modificare (see modify). Meaning "alteration to an object to bring it up to date" is from 1774. Biological sense is attested by 1896.
modification mod·i·fi·ca·tion (mŏd'ə-fĭ-kā'shən)
Any of the changes in an organism that are caused by environment or activity and are not genetically transmissable to offspring.