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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreformationref‧or‧ma‧tion /ˌrefəˈmeɪʃən $ -fər-/ noun  1 [countable, uncountable] formalIMPROVE when something is completely changed in order to improve it2 the Reformation
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reformationIn so far as he contended for a reformation of poetic diction, he undertook a useful task.Paragraph 3 of Article 10 states that the essential aim of the penal system is reformation and social rehabilitation.His general purpose was to humanize prison conditions and to provide prisoners with opportunities for personal reformation.Whatever the cause, the reformation of our family, with Dad at the head, never again came to be.the reformation of the welfare system
Reformation, thethe ReformationReformation, the  a period of religious changes in the 16th century in Europe, which led to the start of the Protestant churches. These changes were started by the German priest Martin luther, and in England the Reformation was strongly supported by King henry viii. see also Protestant
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