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used in Hiroshima

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to change (and hopefully improve) — most frequently to improve a written document, but it can be any intentional change such as a change in an estimated amount, a plan, or a series of procedures
  • Later revisions of the law provided for monthly allowances to victims suffering from various aftereffects.
    Five — The Aftermath (11% in)
  • In 1975, one of the laws providing support to the hibakusha was revised, and Nakamura-san began to receive a so-called health-protection allowance of six thousand yen, then about twenty dollars, a month; this would gradually be increased to more than twice that amount.
    Five — The Aftermath (14% in)
  • In 1960, it had tried to block revision of the United States-Japanese Security Treaty, on the ground that it encouraged a renewed militarism in Japan, whereupon some more conservative groups formed Kakkin Kaigi, the National Council for Peace and against Nuclear Weapons.
    Five — The Aftermath (97% in)

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