Alterations [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Alterations:

McClellan, the Senate sponsor, told the Times-Dispatch and ProPublica she was unaware of the alteration until the news organizations asked her about it, months after the bill passed.

They enter some kind of what’s called “disconnection state,” and they have a profound alteration of consciousness at high doses.

The DNA alterations act like bookmarks that help cells to quickly retrieve those genomic instructions and carry them out — not only “for the infection you saw the first time but any infection,” Netea said.

Nor have coaches made any alterations in their team strategies.

This stands true particularly for the e-commerce industry, which went through multiple changes during the three-month lockdown and continues to see more alterations even in the unlock phase.

In any social movement, then, change and alteration in a new direction must be balanced against the demands of social stability.

In length there was no alteration, but the design seems more condensed, more compact, yet slightly wider in the opening.

The ground lately in the shaft has been cleaner killas, and if any alteration, better ground.

Indeed, I do not think that Coleridge made any alteration in the poem since its composition in 1797 and 1800.

If an alteration be required an experienced repairer only can know the kind of bar required.