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remedial

1. affording a remedy; curative
2. denoting or relating to special teaching, teaching methods, or material for backward and slow learners
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The bridge was remedially treated with metam sodium by a commercial contractor.
721, 726-27, 729-30 (2003) (noting that Congress retains the power to enact legislation addressing employment discrimination on the basis of gender both remedially and prophylactically on constitutional grounds).
This aims to extend the ecological validity and clinical relevance of this research, as most people presenting in clinical settings with body image disturbance are only seen remedially (i.
However, none of the individual locations and sets of characters in Babel ever relinquish their edgy boxed-in solipsism, and the gaping wound of their encounter remains unstaunched as ultimately the picture refuses to heal remedially into one.
When encountering problems, metacognitive learners can address the problems consciously, and act remedially.
With McCracken carrying on like a remedially challenged Trent Reznor, "On the Cross" isn't sacrilegious or blasphemous - it's just silly and banal.
45) Speaking of how the Nishga crafted their claims in Calder, Monture-Angus notes that this strategy was necessary so that the Nishga could ensure that "both remedially and substantively the issue before the courts could cause them as little harm as possible.
Should scholars of transitional justice, then, remedially append religion to a long list of actors involved in transitional justice, one that includes victims, officials of the outgoing regime, citizens at large, states, outside states, political parties, international organizations, NGOs and the like?
In a way, this merely summarizes the challenge to the reader: to intervene remedially in these poems, to act recuperatively to soothe the cuts, to graft language or image from elsewhere onto the gaping ellipses; or, alternatively, to work to preserve the signal, to apply it to her own body, however she may understand that task.