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 (rĭ-păr′ə-tĭv) also re·par·a·to·ry (-tôr′ē)
1. Tending to repair.
2. Relating to or of the nature of reparations.


(rɪˈpær ə tɪv)

also re•par′a•to`ry,

1. tending to repair.
2. pertaining to or involving reparation.


, reparatory
adj payments etcwiedergutmachend, Entschädigungs-
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As co-signatory Professor Sir Hilary Beckles said he: 'Was proud of the decision of the University of Glasgow to take this bold, moral, historic step in recognising the slavery aspect of its past and to rise as an advocate of reparatory justice, and an example of 21st century university enlightenment.'
The University of the West Indies (UWI) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the University of Glasgow (UoG) agreeing to partner in a reparations strategy that focuses on how best to use this historical knowledge in order to fashion reparatory justice tools and research for Caribbean development.
Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, vice-chancellor of the University of the West Indies, praised Glasgow for rising "as an advocate of reparatory justice".
Students with asthma and other reparatory conditions suffer the most because of air pollution, and investing in cleaner technologies to give them healthier, longer lives is the right thing to do.
It makes sense that African-American students at Princeton Theological Seminary have issued reparatory requests based on research tying much of the school's current wealth to slavery, and it's equally fitting that the school live up to its religious precepts in its response, according to some scholars.
In this way, we intend to study the insertion of indigenous transitional justice with the reparatory parameters based on five fundamental axes for indigenous peoples: the right to memory, truth, justice, reparation, and territory.
(15) Yet reparatory remedies are key for addressing the grievances of identity-harmed consumers as they redress the injuries (to planet or people) enabled by an unvirtuous-in-fact purchase.
Teresa's darkness became one that was for others--a reparatory night of the spirit.
In addition, concerned governments and global citizens should rise up and organize against current US policies in Syria and beyond, including Yemeni people's rights advocacy, ending the Saudi-led war, blockade and man-made famine, and reparatory justice.
The afflictive and infamous character is inherent to the penalty, regardless of the perspectives surrounding it, retributive or instrumentalist, even reparatory and is, therefore, important for its economy to be covered (Kerchove, 1994: 449 and the next).
'The clergy of Legazpi will join the Lingayen-Dagupan clergy on Monday in their reparatory acts by way of Masses, holy hours and the ringing of bells,' Bishop Joel Baylon of the Diocese of Legazpi said.
The CavanDown match has yet to be confirmed and may yet be switched to Clones as the pitch at Kingspan Breffni is undergoing reparatory work.