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rectification

 [rek″tĭ-fĭ-ka´shun]
1. the act of making straight, pure, or correct.
2. redistillation of a liquid to purify it.
3. the converting of alternating current to direct current.
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The amount remaining after rectification ensures the payment of salaries until the end of the year, the payment of the enforceable titles, as well as the payments that derive from the application of Law no.
Grace Poe, principal author of the Simulated Birth Rectification Act, said the provision made adoption tedious and costly for ordinary Filipinos.
"This will also exempt from criminal, civil, and administrative liability those who simulated the birth record of a child prior to the effectivity of this law provided that a petition for adoption with an application for the rectification of the simulated birth record is filed within 10 years from the effectivity of the law," said Eriguel, who is a medical doctor by profession.
Senate Bill 2081, entitled 'Simulated Birth Rectification Act of 2018,' is contained in Committee Report 498 prepared by the Senate Committee on Women, Children, Family Relations and Gender Equality.
The directors also hailed the endeavours and the actions taken by the TRA to rectify the telecoms towers situation and find appropriate solutions in co-ordination with the government bodies concerned, in particular the development of a rectification plan which focuses on important aspects as a priority among other things.
The Central Board of Direct Taxes move is aimed to address taxpayers' disputes regarding rectification and adjustments made in tax demands.
A comprehensive report regarding identification and rectification of the spots has been prepared, according to the officials.
Keywords: Rectification, multi-level accumulation, distortion correction, stereo vision, stereo matching
"Rectification and mitigation of damages coverage is becoming increasingly prevalent due to its ability to indemnify the insured for costs incurred to remedy design errors or errors in professional services, while reducing the likelihood of third-party claims," says Jeff Slivka, New Day's President.
Rectification centers have been set up in line with the royal directive and the period for rectification of status has been extended till Aug.
Addleson suggested that when dealing with the rectification works of the heritage buildings, the architects should understand the discipline that the combined use of the materials, especially in the recent modern multi-layer construction systems with modern construction materials and imposes them in design detail solutions or creatively use the discipline as a motivation in design [4].
Le dirigeant a Nidaa Tounes, Abdessattar Messaudi, a annonce dimanche son retrait du Mouvement de rectification du parti qui se reunit aujourd'hui.