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Now there is a cause for this, as there is no effect without a cause, a comprehensible remediable cause.
The man whom daily contact with remediable misery will not render incompetent to always write logically, I would not wish to know.
They took counsel with Feldmarschall Munnich on the matter; who, after study, declared it a remediable case.
This disorder, as it both contained two Greek appellations and was remediable, I was much inclined to prefer; when, behold!
It is also an indication of search for conditions which will render in the future similar cases remediable, not hopeless.
There is nothing so remediable as the work of modern man—“a thought which is also,” as Mr Pecksniff said, “very soothing.”
THE COLOUR OF LIFEALICE MEYNELL
The irregularities which have been remarked are remediable, and the objections generally removeable.
But all this was remediable, even rapidly remediable, as soon as the people recovered their vitality.
THE NEW GERMANYGEORGE YOUNG
All three faults remediable, thought the two chief forces in the kingdom.
THE TAPESTRY BOOKHELEN CHURCHILL CANDEE
And the school knows, too, the preventive and remediable natures of these defects.

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