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(1) The government may need to revise its policy in the light of this report.
(2) He soon came to revise his opinion of the profession.
(3) His helpfulness today has made me revise my original opinion/impression of him.
(4) I can see I will have to revise my opinions of his abilities now.
(5) You must revise for the examination.
(6) The staff should work together to revise the school curriculum.
(7) If you don't revise, you run the risk of failing.
(8) I'll have to revise my ideas about Tom.
(9) I can't come out tonight. I have to revise.
(10) His publishers made him revise his manuscript three times.
(11) I have to revise for maths.
(12) We may have to revise this figure upwards.
(13) I've got to revise my geography.
(14) Don't revise a few topics to the exclusion of all others.
(15) You should revise your opinion of him.
(16) She undertook to revise my compositions.
(17) You must revise your English for the mid-term examination.
(18) In the light of these changes[Sentence dictionary], we must revise our plan.
(19) Putin's program would revise the antiquated pension system, rewrite the labor code and crack down on money-laundering.
(20) Revise your roles in marriage where necessary or helpful.
(21) Legislation will be introduced to revise health and safety arrangements for offshore installations.
(22) It is hard to revise that opinion, having seen the early results.
(23) The writer is also encouraged to revise and re-word any subheading to fit his own sense of appropriateness and writing style.
(24) Identify them, then revise the paragraph using different options. 1.
(25) He has roughed out the article,but he has still to revise it.
(26) I'd better skip the party and stay at home to revise.
(27) With exports rising and unemployment falling, the merchants of gloom are having to revise their opinions of the economy.
(28) In the event of substantial revision being necessary to the manuscripts, we reserve the right to revise this royalty figure.
(29) There was a rustle of a sigh from the audience and I began to revise my opinion of her likely commercial success.
(30) The study also prompted the U. S. Department of Agriculture to revise and shorten its recommended roasting times.
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