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Literary usage of Reamend
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reports of Cases Decided by the English Courts: With Notes and References to by Nathaniel Cleveland Moak, John Thomas Cook (1878)
"If, then, it had not been necessary to reamend the bill no objection could ... Then it was found necessary to reamend the bill in order to set out fresh ..."
2. Reports of Cases Heard and Determined by the Lord Chancellor and the Court by John Peter De Gex, Henry Cadman Jones, Great Britain Court of Chancery, Jonathan Cogswell Perkins (1873)
"... or rather to reamend, the bill, and I think that it would be right now to give liberty to do so; but the Lord Justice not being of that opinion, ..."
3. History of the Thirty-ninth Congress of the United States by William Horatio Barnes (1868)
"Assumption of the rebel debt or repudiation of the Federal debt would be sure to follow; the oppression of the freedmen, the reamend- ment of their State ..."
4. Ridpath's History of the World: Being an Account of the Principal Events in by John Clark Ridpath (1910)
"... could but proceed to amend and reamend the existing laws and compacts, but were never able to pre%fent the recurrence of troubles between the fishermen ..."
5. Pleading and Practice of the High Court of Chancery by Edmund Robert Daniell, Thomas Emerson Headlam, Leonard Field, Edward Clennell Dunn, John Biddle (1871)
"... filing of the answer: unless the plaintiff has, within such fourteen days, obtained a special order to except to such answer, or to reamend the bill. ..."
6. Debates in the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention, 1917-1918 by Massachusetts Constitutional Convention (1919)
"... the time for adjournment is at hand, — if my amendment excludes Boston College, or any other college that is doing good work, then I want to reamend it, ..."
7. A Treatise on the Law of Injunctions by Robert Henley Eden Henley (1821)
"The defendant's answer was afterwards sworn, but not having been filed on account of some informality, a motion was made by the plaintiff to reamend, ..."