revert a committed change in SVN

svn merge -c -REV
This command can be used to revert a particular changeset in the local copy. I find this useful because I frequently import files into the wrong directory. After the import it says "Committed revision 123" or similar. to revert this change in the working copy do: svn merge -c -123 . (don't forget the .) and then commit.
Sample Output
D    uc_cart/uc_cart.admin.inc
D    uc_cart/uc_cart_checkout_pane.inc
D    uc_cart/uc_cart_block.css
D    uc_cart/uc_cart.module
[user@localhost svn]$

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2010-06-21 15:11:13

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