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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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Responding to media questions after a tour of the plant to appreciate ongoing defects remedial works, Mr Zwelithini also noted that the project had engaged 135 Chinese expatriates.
The Minister applied for an urgent interdict last week to suspend the remedial action in the South African Revenue Service (Sars) 'rogue unit' report against him, while he seeks a full judicial review of the report.
The bill is intended to better align high school graduation requirements with entrance requirements for credit-bearing post-secondary coursework and provide resources to schools to strengthen their remedial programs and improve outcomes.
The parties and the interested non-parties now have submitted a total of seven proposed plans for our consideration in this remedial phase of the litigation.
Members who are accredited for Remedial Massage or Chinese Massage, will need to use the following letters.
Right now, most colleges put students with low test scores in remedial courses, which are designed to teach those students what they should have learned in high school.
Honeywell has selected CH2M for remedial construction management at the Quanta Resources Corporation Superfund site.
You don't pass, and are suddenly shunted into an expensive academic purgatory: remedial classes.
(AP) -- State officials have restructured how remedial courses at Tennessee colleges operate.
For the fully enrolled, corequisite courses let students complete remedial work at the same time they pay for and earn credits in first-year classes.