amendatory

[ uh-men-duh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF amendatory
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On the ninth of June the amendatory bill was taken up by the House and passed.

A proposition was made to them, to authorize Congress to open parials, and an amendatory one, to empower them to incorporate.

If he does not, or if Congress refuses to pass the amendatory law, it will serve as eye-water for their constituents.

The act of which this bill is intended as amendatory was passed during the existence of the war.

I presume this is an omission by mere oversight, and I recommend that it be supplied by an amendatory or Supplemental Act.

Subsequently, in order to meet the President's views, such an amendatory or Supplemental Act was passed and approved.

Randolph was so dissatisfied that he had a committee appointed the next day, and introduced an amendatory bill.

I presume this is an omission by mere oversight, and I recommend that it be supplied by an amendatory or supplemental act.

In 1893 an amendatory act gave the same effect to copies deposited "on or before publication."

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