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Antonyms for corrected

having something undesirable neutralized


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27, in table 5, the 2016 value for the row label "Did not apply for credit for fear of being turned down (past year)" was corrected to 14.4 percent.
Reference 3 was corrected to "Ribera E, Paradineiro JC, Curran A, et al.
In endothermic animals (including humans) as the body temperature is lowered the corrected pH will increase and the corrected PC[o.sub.2] will decrease.
This defect must first be corrected under the Voluntary Compliance Program of the Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System (EPCRS; Rev.
Over all, the instructor implicitly corrected 19 times in the FMF group, and 15 times for the MF group.
For example an ECB--Department of Sanitation violation usually will have a maximum penalty of $300 and is not required to be Certified Corrected. On the other hand, an ECB--Department of Buildings violation can have a minimum penalty of $800 and require the violation to be Certified Corrected at the Department of Buildings.
A plan document failure generally can be corrected by amending the plan.
The corrected article appears online at
Collapse of the lateral nasal soft tissue can be corrected with batten grafts, and prominent inferior turbinates can be reduced by a variety of techniques.
If the 25% tax is imposed and the excess-benefit transaction is not corrected within the tax period, an additional excise tax equal to 200% of the excess benefit would be imposed.
1(d)-(f), which are corrected [omega] scans from the three films and give the pole density profile, or texture profile.
Modifications to MDS data should only be made when the resident's clinical record clearly substantiates the accuracy of the corrected information.
The trial had two primary endpoints: corrected count increment and platelet count increment, each one-hour after transfusion.