Definitions for "amendment"
A change or addition to a legal document which, when properly signed, has the same legal power as the original document.
An alteration or change for the better; correction of a fault or of faults; reformation of life by quitting vices.
In public bodies; Any alternation made or proposed to be made in a bill or motion by adding, changing, substituting, or omitting.
Soil amendments are elements added to the soil, such as compost, peat moss, or fertilizer, to improve its capacity to support plant life. While fertilizer improves soil by adding nutrients only, amendments such as peat moss improve soil by making its texture or drainage more conducive to plant health. Peat moss adds no nutrients to soil. Meanwhile, compost enhances soil both by adding nutrients and improving texture and drainage.
Adding additional ingredients to the soil. Usually they are described as soil amendments. Leaf mold, compost, peat moss, and sand can all be used as soil amendments.
A material that is used to improve the soil, usually an organic or mineral material (compost, sand, limestone).
Resubmission of an unfunded application that has been revised in response to a prior review.
Another term for a grant resubmission. See modification for contracts.
NIH term for revised and resubmitted application.
Keywords:  revision, civ, ucc, supersedes, clerk
A revision to a document. A UCC financing statement can be amended by filing a designated amendment form, usually UCC-3.
a document that replaces and supersedes a previously filed document or adds new material to an existing document
a correction or revision made to a campaign finance report.
a long-term solution, as it would need endorsement by six other provinces plus Ottawa
a misguided solution in search of a problem
a national solution
The correction of an error in any process, pleading, or proceeding at law.
the act of amending or correcting
A law or a section of a law, which is passed and that repeals or modifies a current law or statute.
This is a piece of documentation that is issued subsequent to an opportunity becoming active.. Also known as an "update' or "addenda".
Keywords:  bulking, agent, see
See "bulking agent."
a rider to any of the actions and if passed is incorporated into the original measure