At its most simplified, the revision allows big players more access to insured deposits while making certain types of bets.
In religion, or astrology, or any other belief system, revision is a kind of defeat.
The Commerce Department raised the estimate for third-quarter growth in part because of a revision to business inventories.
Among these is a revision of how personality disorders are categorized and diagnosed, and HPD is on the chopping block.
The much-bruited report is always a statistical mishmash, full of seasonal adjustment and subject to revision.
Subsequently, a mixed commission of revision carried out some good work.
In 1882 Congress, with Arthur's approval, took up a revision of the tariff.
It was laid before the Hansa Diet for revision, approved, and at once promulgated.
The forces that compelled a revision of the tariff in 1882-83 had to do with revenue and expenditures.
She took a brisk walk before she went to her work, and compromised by setting herself to revision rather than creation.
1610s, "act of revising," from French révision, from Late Latin revisionem (nominative revisio) "a seeing again," noun of action from past participle stem of Latin revidere (see revise). Meaning "a product of revision" is from 1845.