Redressment


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Re`dress´ment

    (~ment)
n.1.The act of redressing; redress.
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Bamako, May 20 (Xinhua-ANI): The National Committee for Redressment of Democracy and Restoration of the State (CNRDRE, junta) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) on Saturday reached an agreement in principle on extending the mandate of interim president Dioncounda Traore, which expires on May 22.
un ejemplo es uS Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Code 1978 y el French Redressment Judiciare.
While admitting that the study of feminist issues and feminism's concerns is, almost by nature, interdisciplinary, necessitating "the redressment and reconfiguration of the sexual balance of power in virtually every area of human life," Offen's strict adherence to the traditions established by political and intellectual history create borders that can--and undoubtedly will--be challenged (p.
Czech political scientist, Alex Tomsky, for instance, has proposed recruitment schemes which draft Roma into government administration and the police force, rather like the positive redressment policies for African Americans in the United States.