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  • v. Present participle of redress.


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  • Posts like this are just wonderful in redressing that balance.

    Minnow's birth story (part 2)

  • The creation of the Mental Health Commission marks an important step forward in redressing this neglect, in combating ignorance and in fighting stigma and discrimination.

    Children's Mental Health is Everybody's Business

  • ‘Sober’ members of the diverse public must either become actively engaged in redressing the shortcomings of the prevailing economic system, or face the dire consequences of their jaded attitudes.

    Think Progress » Bush Delegation Stages “Walk Out” at Climate Talks

  • If you're new to autodidacticism, this list is as a good a place as any to begin redressing "eduational wrongs."


  • So if we return to the pre-recession trend, we should be able to achieve a five year doubling even if we don’t make any progress in redressing global imbalances.

    Matthew Yglesias » Obama’s Modest Export Promise

  • But for what its worth, Obama’s election as a symbol to the world of your ability to change is a huge step in redressing the incalculable damage that the previous eight years have done to your standing as a leading global democracy.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - A new day….

  • He said statutes and provisions of the Constitution should be interpreted by Judge Ezra Goldstein in the light of the purposes for which they were drafted, namely redressing the inequalities of apartheid.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The document deals with aspects such as redressing past injustices through land restitution, ways to give the poor access to land and providing security of tenure.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • They said the successful and controlled production of stem cells would be applicable in the programmes of cell therapy, such as redressing haematogenesis defects, defects of insulin production and repairs of a damaged nerve system.

    Prague Monitor

  • The incoming administration could still be willing to encourage litigation as a means toward promoting goals such as redressing discrimination, or alleviating environmental degradation (possibly including climate change); these approaches would increase business litigation risk.



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