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Bry has said her business background would have led her to sniff out the bad lease – which kept the city from seeking redress when the building turned out to need serious renovations.
Grievances cannot be redressed unless they are known; and they cannot be known but through complaints and petitions.
Therefore I redressed and sat with the light still out, gazing across the starlit bay.
THE CZAR'S SPYWILLIAM LE QUEUX
A short, sharp curve in the middle of that iron fire-poker is eloquent of a wrong redressed.
Then with the quiet dignity of one who has redressed a grievous wrong, surrendered himself unto the law this worthy old man.
Nor, in spite of the immense reforms introduced during the last hundred years, have all these grievances been redressed.
Without him the people were assembling and marching on to seek the King and have their wrongs redressed.
ROBERT ANNYS: POOR PRIESTANNIE NATHAN MEYER
As she lay in bed in the early morning, she redressed the unequal balance of the night before.
THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS
Like Robin Hood of old, he avenged himself on wanton wealth, and frequently redressed by it the wrongs of penury.
Then tell him Count Julian greets him as a brother, and demands how the wrongs of his daughter Florinda are to be redressed.

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