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  • If you think my hypothetical is hyperbolic, the unrectified outcome of the Ricci case as is similarly offends my sensibilities.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Sotomayor’s “Latina Judge’s Voice” Speech Revisited:

  • This, after 500,000 lumbar procedures a year, minimum, over the last 10 years (that is 5,000,000 patients), results in millions of patients with unrectified, or worsened conditions after surgery.

    HealthCare Run Amuk

  • On these islands distillation is illegal, and a foreigner is liable to conviction and punishment for giving spirits to a native Hawaiian, yet the natives contrive to distil very intoxicating drinks, specially from the root of the ti tree, and as the spirit is unrectified it is both fiery and unwholesome.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • "It seems that this came about because of a code confusion resulting from erroneous computer programming - a confusion which, despite the Public Service Commission having been informed of it, is, as far as we know, unrectified," said Mr

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Artur Schnabel's postulate to the effect that the performer must accept the whims of great composers though he may be quite unable to fathom them must not be allowed to go so far that errors remain unrectified.

    A Mozart Player Gives Himself Advice

  • Fenning's is quite a good dictionary, but it accidentally omits the word uncle, an omission still unrectified in my 'improved third edition' of 1768.

    On Dictionaries

  • To suffer this disorder to continue unrectified, was not consistent with the wisdom and righteousness of God.


  • The return of killed made to Lord Amherst, commander-in-chief, amounted to two hundred and ten, and of wounded to two hundred and forty-eight, but many had been removed by their friends, so that the exact number could not be ascertained: moreover, it could never be known how many perished from drinking ardent and unrectified spirits, and in the flames, from which inebriety made it impossible for them to escape.

    The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III. From George III. to Victoria

  • With a transmitter supplied with unrectified A.C. at 400

    The Dawn of Amateur Radio in the U.K. and Greece: a personal view

  • September 1951 the Army G-1 discovered instances of unauthorized integration in every Army area, [17-91] the result of either unrectified administrative errors or the need to find suitable assignments for black replacements.

    Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965


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