amendment[ uh-mend-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF amendment
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Only 12 of the 104 votes cast were in favor of Hertzog's amendment.
Before I put this amendment to the Board, I have one more word to say.
If that is the lot you wish for, you will vote for this amendment.
I ask permission to propose an amendment to the reply to the King's speech.
What expressions of contrition could have served me without a purpose of amendment?
Mine was a sort of an amendment, and so might be put before the original motion.
Is it not customary to put the amendment before the original motion?
It was vastly more than was ever done in any other amendment campaign.
Los Angeles County gave a majority of 4,600 in favor of the amendment.
The Socialist Labor and the National parties also indorsed the amendment.
early 13c., "betterment, improvement;" c.1300, of persons, "correction, reformation," from Old French amendment, from amender (see amend). Sense expanded to include "correction of error in a legal process" (c.1600) and "alteration of a writ or bill" to remove its faults (1690s).
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