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1. King Arthur tried to redress wrongs in his kingdom.
2. Little could be done to redress the situation .
3. You must seek redress in the law courts.
4. More and more victims turn to litigation to redress wrongs done to them.
5. The government must redress the imbalance in spending on black and white children.
6. The only hope of redress is in a lawsuit.
7. Attempts are being made to redress the imbalance between our import and export figures.
8. So we're trying to redress the balance and to give teachers a sense that both spoken and written language are equally important.
9. He went to the industrial tribunal to seek redress for the way his employers had discriminated against him.
10. Affirmative action was meant to redress the balance for minorities.
11. He is seeking redress for what he alleges was an unfair demotion.
12. Their repeated petition for redress got nowhere.
13. Any attempt to redress the situation backfired.
14. A tax on films helps redress the balance.
15. Congress has done little to redress these injustices.
16. It does not just redress an historic wrong; it perfects a workable future.
17. What prospect has the prisoner of redress if he abandons the complaints procedure and applies to the courts?
18. The courts provide the means of redress for victims of crime.
19. The one redress any of the members of this group have is to try not to appear on the poll tax register.
20. Helping to redress the balance is G-DHCB(sentencedict.com),[sentence dictionary] seen here at Lee-on-Solent where it undertook water trials during the summer months.
21. Currently, there is no source of redress to which the travelling public can go.
22. In a just society there must be a system whereby people can seek redress through the courts.
23. Our class has more girlstudents than boystudents, so we must redress the balance.
24. Nowadays, it appears that too many films are being produced, and a tax on films will help to redress the balance.
25. They are continuing their legal battle to seek some redress from the government.
26. These groupings within the general community of women need special attention to redress the balance of lack of opportunity.
27. On a wider note, authors need to organise themselves to redress the current imbalance of power.
28. He sees the new blood scheme as one way to redress the balance against over-represented subjects like particle physics.
29. We had no one to speak for us, we had no redress.
30. She felt constrained creatively by the reactions of the critics, even making conscious interventions to redress their interpretations.
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