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  • verb Present participle of redress.

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Examples

  • 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

  • ‘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 » Latest sign of global warming:

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

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

    Archive 2004-05-01

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

    Great books

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

    04.04

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

    04.04

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

    05.04

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