Here's one amending a surprising quote from the editor of The New Yorker.
Hatch is found guilty of violating his probation by not amending his tax returns or paying his taxes.
So what the anti-Citizens United movement really needs to do is something even harder than amending the Constitution.
“Any talk of amending the Constitution is just wrong,” she said in a White House press briefing.
The problem with both these solutions is that they depend on amending the Constitution.
Bind yourself to do it by amending the charter so that the highest price your gas can be sold at will be sixty cents.
amending his phrase, he said: "But for him, things would have been very different!"
This is an act for consolidating and amending the statutes relating to offences against the person.
It was an indoor job, they declared, amending their first opinion.
Mr. Asquith added that the amending Bill would be taken on July 28.
early 13c., "to free from faults, rectify," from Old French amender (12c.), from Latin emendare "to correct, free from fault," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + menda "fault, blemish," from PIE *mend- "physical defect, fault" (cf. Sanskrit minda "physical blemish," Old Irish mennar "stain, blemish," Welsh mann "sign, mark").
Supplanted in senses of "repair, cure" by its shortened offspring mend (v.). Meaning "to add to legislation" (ostensibly to correct or improve it) is recorded from 1777. Related: Amended; amending.