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In air traffic control terminology, it means “That is correct.”
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17) Marvin Zalman of Wayne State University and Julia Carrano of the University of Mississippi explore the forces impeding innocence reform, despite the fact that the institutional fallibilities that produce wrongful convictions are correctible.
The article did note, "core meltdowns have been identified and are correctible.
This operation can take as little as 45 minutes, so why should a child live a life of misery when this is a correctible deformity?
The best news for men is that hormone losses and imbalances are easily correctible.
It is accountable, correctible, more conducive to individual freedoms, and more apt to produce competent leaders than autocracy.
Apparently this measure would lead to a better productivity, but the approach ignores the potential problems deriving from pilots working longer hours--from lower motivation to small, correctible mistakes up to mistakes leading to major financial and human losses caused by lack of attention, fatigue etc.
2) These supposed errors are seen as "disequilibrium" situations that are correctible as bidders adapt to previous experience with adverse selection associated with winning.
12) For underreported and obscure tax issues, such as SOHA portability, Doyle serves as a warning to present evidence of all tax consequences of a distribution at a trial, or run the risk that a court's failure to consider them may not be correctible on appeal.
The book's flaws, potentially correctible, are somewhat mitigated by the usefulness of the text in conducting mini-lessons with students regarding storyboarding and the use of graphics.
For instance, the Notice describes as an example of a correctible document failure a provision that provides for payments of deferred compensation within 90 days after the employee's separation from service, but not before the employer receives the employee's release of claims and all applicable rescission periods have expired.
Whereas Truscott (2001) claimed that lexical errors, for example, belong to the most correctible L2 problems because they are relatively discrete, Ferris suggested that it is precisely the idiosyncrasy of lexical errors which makes them less suitable targets for CF.
If the conduct appears to be a minor, debatable violation, easily correctible at the company level, without the involvement of perfidy or other grave breaches, the incident may not have to be reported or investigated further.