Thesaurus / revised
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The states generally have either enacted new food laws, or revised their laws following the national law.
FOODS AND HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENTHELEN KINNE
The matter in the supplement and in the earlier numbers was revised and largely written by Rigdon.
THE STORY OF THE MORMONSWILLIAM ALEXANDER LINN
Desperate of his love, the bard now forswears for ever the company of women (Act V of the revised text).
PASTORAL POETRY AND PASTORAL DRAMAWALTER W. GREG
She revised these journals in later years, adding significant comments which are full of interest.
LOUISA MAY ALCOTTLOUISA MAY ALCOTT
He had worked at it so long and revised it so often that he knew it off by heart.
THE SMUGGLER'S CAVEGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
The human history needs to be revised, and the material record expunged.
RETROSPECTION AND INTROSPECTIONMARY BAKER EDDY
He is the famous editor, who has published and revised and corrected so many works: among them the last voyage round the world.
Moreover, he had revised and modified the proofs of the novel no fewer than a dozen times.
I hadn't seen the old girl myself, but I knew her record, and now I got it revised to date.
SHORTY MCCABESEWELL FORD
In preparing them for publication in the present form, some of them have been expanded and all of them have been revised.
SEX AND SOCIETYWILLIAM I. THOMAS
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