Prepositions after "revise"

revise in, for, by, to or with?

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In 31% of cases revise in is used

This first full edition was not to be revised in any substantial way until the 1930s.

The statute was revised in 1956 under the leadership of Marcel Rols, and then in 1968, 1974, and 1987.

The Code was introduced in 2009 and was subsequently revised in 2010, such that it became more in line with CRD3.

This is the Declaration of the Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women revised in the year Era Vulgaris 2007.

UNEG's governance and ways of working are outlined in the UNEG Principles of Working Together (adopted in 2007 and last revised in 2012).

The initial decisions made in Washington were compiled and in a few instances revisited and revised in the two months following the meeting.

Sometimes, a story could benefit from being revised in parts -- such as fleshing out character, making the dialogue realistic and necessary, or moving the plot forward.

In 15% of cases revise for is used

I can't be asked revising for English Language.

There's absolutely no point revising for English.

I revised for maths and stats and a little bit for french and IT but that was it.

I always thought I was crap at it and I never understood how or why people would revise for it.

What really matters now is I should just focus on nothing but revising for my Korean language exam this Sunday.

The CXC CSEC English A exam is revised for the 2012 exam, but the changes are not big and we will update our English guide before then.

Write down how much time you think you will need to revise for each paper; you ought to allocate more time for subjects which you find more difficult.

Students can decide for themselves the number of courses they wish to revise for examinations; some students revise a wide range of courses and others prefer to revise a small number very thoroughly.

In 13% of cases revise by is used

This Agreement supersedes all prior agreements and may be revised by Natural Strategies from time to time.

The other hardware in the computer, the monitor also change from time to time to be revised by the manufacturers.

Let's review the lame duck session as it happened -- not as it has been instantly revised by the ever-obliging Washington press corps.

Revised by several circulars, most notably in 1985 and 1995, and by the Law of June 15, 2000, the law provides for exceptions, however.

Eventually, decades later, the fourth and final draft of history is etched in stone after all the earlier versions have been graded and revised by learned academics with access to the archives.

API producers in China are required to follow the guidelines such as the good manufacturing practice (GMP ), which was revised by the Ministry of Health of the People's Republic of China in 2010.

In 10% of cases revise to is used

Subsequently, this number was revised to 420.

Lastly, the price tag of the Honda Jazz Hybrid now revised to RM 89,900 on-the-road with insurance in Peninsular Malaysia.

In 7% of cases revise with is used

Please Note that Premier IDD &; IDD Buddy rates to the following destinations are revised with effect from 10-08-2011.

Some students like to revise with a friend, testing each other's knowledge, but be careful with this, you may think you are revising but in fact you are just chatting.

In 3% of cases revise at is used

In practical terms, this means that these guidelines should be revised at regular intervals in order to keep pace with change.

As is usual, the Debt Management Office's financing remit for 2012-13 will be revised at the time of the Autumn Statement to reflect the OBR's latest fiscal forecasts.

In 3% of cases revise before is used

It was a gentle reminder to revise and revise before publishing.

It also required EMs to be revised before amended Bills were presented to the other house of Parliament.

In 3% of cases revise from is used

Just don't try and revise from all your books at once otherwise you'll just overload your brain with it all and you won't benefit from it.

In 1% of cases revise without is used

We just decided to keep as many festivals out of the exam season so that candidates can revise without any distraction.

In 1% of cases revise over is used

Notification of Changes This policy may be revised over time as new features are added to the GH1 service or as we incorporate suggestions from our customers.

In 1% of cases revise following is used

Its safety guidelines on earthquakes and tsunamis are being revised following the incident at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

In 1% of cases revise during is used

The current version of the IRP, which is likely to be revised during 2013, expects coal's contribution to fall from more than 90% of the current mix to about 45.

In 1% of cases revise after is used

This is a preliminary estimate which may be revised after the Census data comes out, but nevertheless is likely to be close to the mark.

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