self-correcting


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self-cor·rect·ing

(sĕlf′kə-rĕk′tĭng)
adj.
1. Correcting its or one's own mistakes.
2. Of or being a typewriter mechanism that allows for automatic correction of a typing error.

self′-cor·rec′tive adj.

self-correcting

adj
capable of correcting itself without external aid
Translations

self-correcting

[ˌselfkəˈrektɪŋ] ADJautocorrector
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Addressing the nation in the 40th episode of his 'Mann Ki Baat' radio programme on Sunday, the Prime Minister further opined that the benchmark of any living society was its self-correcting mechanism; efforts for which, he believes, are reflected in the Indian society.
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Money Equivalence Puzzles (Dollars and Cents) is designed for students in grades 1 to 3 with cognitive and learning disabilities learning to identify money With these self-correcting puzzles, students will get plenty of practice counting coins and dollar bills.
To that end, his tactics involve communicating less to allow space for listening, self-correcting, understanding, and connecting; having restraint in talking, responding, proving someone wrong, comebacks, and giving oneself credit; stopping conversational escalation; playing dumb when necessary; avoiding faulty questions; having a goal, approach, and good start to a conversation; avoiding the urge to solve problems; learning to let go; letting difficult people win; using neutralization to avoid overreaction; changing the situation; remembering that not all topics are fair game; appreciating boring interactions; and using storytelling.
But we can have potentially good banks, banks that live with a culture that is self-correcting and self-learning.
A more simplistic example of self-correcting forces is the venerable law of supply and demand.
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