correction

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  • Light-time correction can be applied to any object whose distance and motion are known.
  • But it also shows that he did not make all the necessary corrections in one effort.
  • This image is generally created when a person's brain begins making image corrections.
  • A few corrections to the original chart are made in the version above.
  • The computer's reading is then compared with the known distance and any necessary corrections made.
  • These devices often support advanced features, such as pitch correction and special sound effects.
  • This term, also based on the strong force, is a correction to the volume term.
  • This approach may also be used in patients who need high degrees of vision correction.
  • The mother of three children, her husband was also a corrections officer, though at a different facility.
  • Time error corrections start and end either on the hour or on the half hour.
  • To obtain the official clock time, three types of corrections need to be made.
  • Corrections to his or her transmission are possible at any time up to this point.
  • The community and field services division has two units - parole and community corrections.
  • Error correction does not seem to have a direct influence on learning a second language.
  • Any additions or corrections must also be entirely hand written to have effect.
  • The story was later pulled from their website and replaced with a correction.
  • This is often in addition to all of the other corrections discussed above.
  • The actual correction that follows is the same in both types of systems.
  • I don't know how corrections staff deal with it.
  • One notable feature of Contact is its use of digital color correction.
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Meaning of correction

  • noun The act of offering an improvement to replace a mistake; setting right
  • noun A quantity that is added or subtracted in order to increase the accuracy of a scientific measure
  • noun Something substituted for an error
  • noun A rebuke for making a mistake
  • noun A drop in stock market activity or stock prices following a period of increases
    market runups are invariably followed by a correction
  • noun Treatment of a specific defect
    the correction of his vision with eye glasses