It is out of this context that movements for redressing
redress emerge, in which privileged groups demand compensation and recognition for the inconvenience, discomfort, and anxiety they suffer amidst the failure of the multicultural project to manage difference.
The officer exercising general court-martial jurisdiction shall examine into the complaint and take proper measures for redressing
the wrong complained of; and he shall, as soon as possible, send to the Secretary concerned a true statement of that complaint, with the proceedings had thereon.
Even more difficult is the task of redressing
the deep inequalities that apartheid and colonization created--inequalities that persist along racial lines, despite the emergence of a small black political and economic elite.
The copy claimed that probiotic yogurt can counter the effects of a stressful lifestyle by redressing
the body's balance.
This makes the DPRK skeptical about Japan's stand on the issues of redressing
its past crimes and improving the bilateral relations,'' it said.
Yet in redressing
the neglect of classical republicanism, Norbrook himself sometimes tends to neglect other discourses, most significantly, the religious fervor at the heart of much seventeenth-century conflict.
Conversely, an award that is specifically noted in the settlement agreement as redressing
a contractual (or other nontort) claim will be taxable.
These results may also imply that those subjects who sought redress perceived the retailer, rather than the brand manufacturer, to be responsible for redressing