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It was only when we got to Portugal that you announced your own little amendment to the plan. CODE BREAKER (2004)The bill in question was a proposed amendment to the state fisheries law sponsored by the growing lobby of sportsfishermen. AMAGANSETT (2004)
These were the legislators who had crafted the language of the original bill, onto which the Kay amendment was tacked. A THEORY OF RELATIVITY (2004)
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British English: amendment NOUN
An amendment is a section that is added to a law or rule in order to change it.
...an amendment to the defence bill.
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