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He explained that they would all be flying from Karachi to Peshawar, where he hoped to rectify the passport troubles.
To rectify this situation, Pope Gregory XIII initiated a new calendar in 1582.
Neither does the situation seem likely to rectify itself any time soon.
It was too late to rectify the blunder that night, and a month elapsed ere we would revisit the spot.
Mistakes are hard to rectify after a fatal volley has been fired.
To rectify the relation that exists between two men, is there no method, then, but that of ending it?
Is there a confusion in the figure, he advances to rectify it with a chass rigadoon.
To rectify this, in 1730 Carolina was allowed to send rice direct to countries south of Cape Finisterre.
rectify rec·ti·fy (rěk'tə-fī')
v. rec·ti·fied, rec·ti·fy·ing, rec·ti·fies
To set right; correct.
To refine or purify, especially by distillation.