They won't, and we'll probably see a correction in land values quite soon.
Anderson declined to run a correction, even after Rummy gave him a tour of the office.
correction: This article misstated that Casey was holding a teddy bear in court.
correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the budget for Battle: Los Angeles.
correction: Blankfein's apartment was first reported to be on Park Ave. Jacob Bernstein is a senior reporter at The Daily Beast.
These are exterior disturbances, which make up a tenth kind of correction to add to the motion of our celestial barque.
It is by the Priests that silence is enjoined, and with the power of correction the Priests are then invested.
The mistake of the printer, seen upon the plate, was discovered too late for correction.
Tompkins turned and looked at me, but never noticed my correction.
The writer prefers the more romantic explanation, but is open to correction.
mid-14c., "action of correcting," from Old French correccion (13c.) "correction, amendment; punishment, rebuke," from Latin correctionem (nominative correctio), noun of action from past participle stem of corrigere (see correct (v.)). Meaning "chastisement" is from late 14c. Meaning "an instance of correction" is from 1520s. House of correction was in a royal statute from 1575.