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1 Scientific institutions have been reluctant to take corrective action.
2 He has received extensive corrective surgery to his skull.
3 It is possible to do corrective surgery on the eyes to take care of the problem.
4 The biography is a useful corrective to the myths that have grown up around this man.
5 I should like to add a corrective to what I have written previously.
6 We need to take corrective action to halt this country's decline.
7 Doctors performed corrective surgery to restore his sight.
8 Third, corrective action rather than censure must follow.
9 There was one solitary corrective to this gloomy picture.
10 So why bother with corrective measures?
11 Certainly it is a good corrective to such thinking.
12 Willis's treatise provided a powerful corrective to Hewart's book.
13 He wore corrective goggles which must translate the rubicund gloom of this vestibule into the true spectrum.
14 The effects of preventive and corrective measures will be monitored and the operation may be postponed until any problems have been resolved.
15 The development of pub retailing has shown a corrective instinct for seeking to set a purpose built business in the right location.
16 It is the astringent corrective, as well as the flavouring, for olive-oil-based dishes and fat meat.
17 Taking Corrective Action Corrective action should be taken if performance falls short of standards and the analysis indicates that action is required.
18 We must be corrective like a parent who yet loves the child he has chastised.
19 Rebuilding is a corrective measure, required because the clustering process is flawed.
20 After a careful diagnosis he is able to prescribe intelligently the best remedial or corrective measures.
21 The relatively continuous use of standard system outputs to determine the necessity for corrective action.
22 This information could then be used by those controlling the production process to take appropriate corrective action.
23 Monitoring the time and budget of each chunk allows us to identify problems and take corrective action.
24 The growing crises of modernity are being met with corrective actions from a great many quarters.
25 It has depth because it grapples with elemental issues and draws on a rich heritage of corrective efforts.
26 The government has set up a blue-ribbon commission to try to take corrective action.
27 It was then argued that this provides the basis for preventive or corrective intervention in the form of competition policy.
28 Some feminist psychologists have even developed a kind of biological egalitarianism as a corrective to psychology's male-oriented biological theories.
29 Hence the importance of directing part of the control process to the implementation of appropriate corrective action. 4.
30 He said the majority of recalls and other related corrective actions do not include allegations that a company withheld safety information.
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