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A change resulting in something that is different from the original.
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Relationships Related Term:  accuracy amendment error fixity immutability integrity preservation n. ~ A change to a document modifying the meaning or intent of its content. Citations: †(CJS, Record [..]
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Any construction or renovation to an existing structure, other than a repair or addition; also, a change in a mechanical system.
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Any change or modification to a building's construction. [See Addition].
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Any change made by the customer after copy or artwork has been given to the service bureau, separator or printer. The change could be in copy, specifications or both. Also called AA, author alteration and customer alteration.
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1[countable] a change to something that makes it different major/minor alterations They are making some alterations to the house. an alteration in the baby's heartbeat2[uncountable] the act of ma [..]
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late 14c., "action of altering," from Old French alteracion (14c.) "change, alteration," and directly from Medieval Latin alterationem (nominative alteratio), noun of action from p [..]
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The process of a rock or mineral being transformed into another one. See also Pseudomorph.
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a change.
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change: an event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another; "the change was intended to increase sales"; "this storm is certainly a ch [..]
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a change
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n. Change or modification.
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In encryption, the process of changing one or more message elements in a message as a means of committing a fraud. [After X9.19]
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A change in the boundaries of an activated zone or subzone.
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Change in copy or specifications made after production has begun.
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Any project involving change of, or addition to, an existing building.
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Any Change to equipment other than maintenance, repair or replacement
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Any change involving an erasure or rewriting in the date, amount, or payee of a check or other negotiable instrument. See also Alteration
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The raising or lowering of a tone by a half-step, from its diatonic value in a chord. In Jazz usage, the fifth and ninth may be raised (augmented) or lowered (diminished); the fourth (or eleventh) may be augmented; the thirteenth may be diminished. The expression 'diminished seventh' is used solely as the name of a chord. Of course, in ge [..]
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Alteration generally means modification or change.
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(n) an event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another(n) the act of making something different (as e.g. the size of a garment)(n) the act of revising or altering (involv [..]
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Change in copy or specifications made after production has begun.
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Any change made by the customer after copy or artwork has been given to the service bureau or printer. The change could be a copy, specifications or both. Also called AA, author alteration and custome [..]
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Any construction, renovation, or change in a mechanical system that involves an extension, addition, or change to the arrangement, type, or purpose of the original installation.
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see chromatic alteration.
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Any physical or chemical change in a mineral or rock subsequent to original formation; usually results in the formation of new minerals or in textural changes in the rock.
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A change resulting in something that is different from the original.
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Change in the mineralogical composition of a rock, commonly brought about by reactions with hydrothermal solutions.
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The change in the mineral composition of a rock, commonly due to hydrothermal activity.
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Any physical or chemical change in a rock or mineral subsequent to its formation. Areas of rock and/or mineral alteration are commonly associated with base and precious metal or mineral deposits and a [..]
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The chemical or physical changes that occur to a rock or mineral after its original formation that can result in textural changes to the rock or cause the formation of new minerals. Example: The alter [..]
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Any physical or chemical change in a rock or mineral subsequent to its formation. Milder and more localized than metamorphism. Amorphous
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Material change to, or a prescribed inspection of, a nuclear weapon or major assembly that does not alter its operational capability but is sufficiently important to the user (regarding assembly, maintenance, storage, or test operations) as to require controlled application and identification
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1. A change. 2. A changing; a making different. (05 Mar 2000)
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Any change involving an erasure or rewriting in the date, amount, or payee of a check or other negotiable instrument.
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Any change involving an erasure or rewriting in the date, amount, or payee of a check or other negotiable instrument.
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Any change made by the customer after copy or artwork has been given to the service bureau, separator or printer. The change could be in copy, specifications or both. Also called AA, author alteration and customer alteration.
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Change in copy of specifications after production has begun.
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The act of altering or making different. * '''1594''', , ''Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity'', *: …alteration, though it be from worse to better, hath in it inconveniences… The state of [..]
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