Correction: The previous sentence was rewritten after original publish for clarity.
Meanwhile, the Court has rewritten the mandate as a tax, even though everyone who passed it said it wasn't one.
His first demand was that the country's official constitution be rewritten to prohibit extradition.
For JPMorgan Chase, the writing was on the wall this morning—and some of it had to be rewritten.
Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault has said a rewritten bill will be submitted to the National Assembly—but not until the fall.
The words 'rewritten' and 're-written' are used interchangeably.
But how many times had it been rewritten before that fair copy was prepared?
Indignant enquiry discovered the criminal—he admitted he had lost the page, and had rewritten it from memory.
Of course, the articles will probably have to be rewritten in the office.
Pollio, therefore, was of the opinion that Caesar would have rewritten or corrected his work.