Definition of Recisions

1. recision [n] - See also: recision



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recisions

recircle
recircled
recircles
recircling
recircuit
recircuited
recircuiting
recircuits
recirculate
recirculated
recirculates
recirculating
recirculation
recirculations
recision
recisions (current term)
recission
recissions
recit
recital
recitalist
recitalists
recitals
recitation
recitational
recitations
recitative
recitativelike
recitatively
recitatives

Literary usage of Recisions

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1. The National Magazine by Abel Stevens, James Floy (1852)
"... the last contains it in the shape which it bore on first leaving the hands of its composer, instead of being the residuum of two successive recisions. ..."

2. The Americana: A Universal Reference Library, Comprising the Arts and ...by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines (1912)
"A Dairy and Food Commissioner publishes the dairy and food laws, and the recisions of the courts relating thereto. They were first enacted in 1898, ..."

3. Sylva: Or, a Discourse of Forest Trees by John Evelyn, John Nisbet (1908)
"... or more gentle executions, purgations, recisions, and coercions; and it is of main concern, that the proper and effectual tool be applied to every work, ..."

4. Simulation Training: Management Framework Improved, But Challenges Remain by Barry W. Holman, Valeria G. Gist, David S. Epstein (1993)
"Dollars In millions Total after DOD Research and Total budget Fiscal year development Procurement appropriated recisions aNo recision action as of February ..."

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