Definition of Revisors
1. Noun. (plural of revisor) ¹
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Definition of Revisors
1. revisor [n] - See also: revisor
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Literary usage of Revisors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson (1893)
"REPORT OF THE revisors 1779. In 1776, as Jefferson states in Ks Autobiography, (I, 57), he introduced a bill in the General Assembly, creating a committee ..."
2. The Bench and Bar of Wisconsin: History and Biography, with Portrait by Parker McCobb Reed (1882)
"When the law was passed in 1876 for the revision of the statutes, he was appointed by the supreme court one of the revisors, and devoted his great ability ..."
3. The Bench and Bar of Wisconsin: History and Biography, with Portrait by Parker McCobb Reed (1882)
"When the law was passed in 1876 for the revision of the. statutes, he was appointed by the supreme court one of the revisors, and devoted his great ability ..."
4. A Catalogue of the Library of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts by Harvard University Library, Benjamin Peirce (1830)
"Report of the Committee of revisors, appointed by the General Assembly, in 1776. fol. Richmond. 1784. since 1768, now in force. fol. Richmond. 1785. ..."
5. The Practice in Courts of Justice in England and the United States by Conway Robinson (1858)
"3. Decision in Virginia that when in a deed with one, there is an undertaking to pay another, the latter cannot sue. Proposition of the revisors. ..."
6. Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Under the Editorial Supervision of Lyon edited by Lyon Gardiner Tyler (1915)
"In 1848-49 he served in the Virginia legislature, and was made one of the revisors of the Virginia Code of Laws. Judge RCL Moncure, Judge Robert E. Scott ..."
7. The Lower Canada Jurist: Collection de Décisions Du Bas Canada by Strachan Bethune, John Sprott Archibald, William Hey, John Stuart Buchan (1886)
"... three petitioners to be exonerated from obedience to the writ, and which declares it to have issued improvidently, and the petition of the revisors ia ..."