recension

[ ri-sen-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF recension
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This recension of the work is much later in date than the former.

In the 'long' recension there is a letter to one Mary of Cassobola.

Translated into Hindi from the Bengali recension of the Sanskrit.

He and I both think an early Attic "recension" probable, or almost certain.

It may have been a gloss, or may have been found by Matthew in his recension of Q.

Their absence from the Gospel of Luke indicates their absence from the recension in his hands.

As mentioned above, our Pali Canon is the recension of the Vibhajjavdins.

The author of this recension had little regard for the metre of his original; ll.

The two Latin versions and a Byzantine recension of the Greek contain i.-xxvii.

(c) The Syriac or Curetonian recension contains only three Epistles, viz.

WORD ORIGIN

1630s, from Latin recensionem (nominative recensio) "an enumeration," noun of action from past participle stem of recensere "to count, enumerate, survey," from re- (see re-) + censere "to tax, rate, assess, estimate" (see censor (n.)).

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