Thesaurus / rectified


The central bank summoned Ant executives over the weekend and told them to “rectify” the company’s lending, insurance, and wealth management services, the People’s Bank of China said in a statement Sunday.

The school must now determine how to provide services to rectify any academic setbacks from the delay if Eli is found to have a disability.

Thousands of families in special-education limboCayla Bamberger, Sarah Butrymowicz, Jackie Mader, Caroline PrestonDecember 18, 2020Washington Post

Fortunately, you have the power, and the legal obligation, to rectify the dramatic underrepresentation of these communities in the applicant pool and in the random drawing when you make your determinations regarding the final six commissioners.

Weve been and rectified this boundary, an Californias a good ten mile off here.

Greater BritainCharles Wentworth Dilke

It is then left to rest for two hours, when a few drops of rectified 91alcohol are added, and intimately mixed.

Several important mistakes of the previous biographers and Editors of Pope have been rectified, and new information added.

In many of these cases the fissure will heal spontaneously when the malposition is rectified.

He was quite aware of that now, and was determined that they should be rectified for the future.

Can You Forgive Her?Anthony Trollope

However, we only discovered that afterwards, and as the mistake once made could not be rectified, we held grimly on.

The Recipe for DiamondsCharles John Cutcliffe Wright Hyne

The range of the guns was too great, and it was evident that the Prussians had rectified their aim.


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