rectifications[ rek-tuh-fi-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF rectifications
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And Darwin himself would, doubtless, have subscribed to these rectifications.
After many transfers and rectifications, the district was in 1863 finally constituted as it at present stands.
Useful additions and rectifications will be found in the Jewish World, 11th September 1885.
The project thus amended was sent to Paris, and returned anew to Berlin with rectifications made by the emperor and M. Rouher.
In the foot notes, the reader has seen the rectifications; and, in the passages which are bracketed, he has seen the erasures.
The narrative published by Verdun de la Crenne, like that of Fleurien, abounds in rectifications of every kind.