from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of being corrected; that may be corrected or counteracted.
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- adjective Able to be
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- adjective capable of being corrected by additions
- adjective capable of being returned to the original condition; not necessarily permanent
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Sin, you will recall, in the Greek (Hamartia) is defined as a correctable mistake, as missing the mark, not as evil.
Even if there is something wrong that "correctable", it does not make it right to cheat.
At the same time it would make our treasured sport of football so much more credible while alleviating some of the pain millions of football fans have to suffer as a result of unfair, "correctable", injustices.
"Neither error is reviewable or correctable under NCAA playing rules."
"Both conditions are disruptive and debilitating," he says, "but both have a feel to me of something that's correctable."
The best kinds of stories come when a scout identifies a correctable flaw, something that they can see in person that doesn't show up in the stats, or in the video snippets.
This hybrid model allows persons with non-correctable risk factors to get affordable coverage while providing an economic incentive to persons with correctable risk factors.
Those are correctable errors, so even though the Redskins lost, I left this game knowing they have a legit team.
Neither error is reviewable or correctable under NCAA playing rules.
Irving Picard But he said the flaws were largely "correctable," and gave Mr. Picard 45 days to amend his lawsuit.