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(Actual), adjective accepted, accurate, approved, becoming, certain, comely, conscientious, convenable, customary, decent, decorous, definite, due, established, exact, exacting, factual, faultless, fitting, fussy, gracious, impartial, impeccable, in perfect order, judicious, just right, literal, meticulous, neat, perfect, polite, precise, proper, punctilious, reasonable, regulated, repaired, restored, revised, right, scrupulous, seemly, strict, stylish, suitable, tasteful, tidy, traditional, trim, true, unerring, unmistaken, valid

correct

(Honest), adjective equitable, ethical, fair, havvng a code of conduct, having been brought up properly, havvng good upbringing, having values, just, moral, official, proper, reputable, rightful, scrupulous, true, upright

correct

(Adjust), verb alter, ameliorate, amend, appropriate, better, cure, doctor, disabuse, improve, meliorate, mend, reclaim, rectify, redress, reform, remedy, repair, touch up

correct

(Admonish), verb berate, castigate, chasten, chastise, chide, disabuse, disenchant, disillusion, enlighten, lecture, penalize, perfect, punish, put right, redress, reprehend, reprimand, reprove, scold, set right, take to task, upbraid

correct

(Review), verb amend, change, convert, edit, emend, expostulate, help, regulate, revise
See also: accurate, actual, adjust, admonish, advise, alter, ameliorate, amend, appropriate, authentic, certain, condition, cure, definite, disabuse, discipline, documentary, due, edit, emend, exact, factual, faithful, fitting, fix, help, honest, literal, meliorate, meticulous, modify, moral, official, orthodox, penalize, perfect, positive, precise, process, proper, punctilious, punish, qualify, real, rebuke, rectify, redress, reform, regular, regulate, remedy, remonstrate, renew, repair, reprehend, reprimand, resolve, restore, revise, rightful, sound, suitable, treat, true, valid
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PLAN SPONSORS MAY CORRECT INSIGNIFICANT operational failures at any time, even if a plan or sponsor is under IRS examination.
has developed a suture-suspension technique to correct a proximally deviated dorsal septum.
At a bare minimum, these organizations correct errors and incomplete data as they go along; at best, they improve the data and seek to leverage it across a number of platforms down the road.
While it won't interfere with running, one shortcoming for many aging runners is that LASIK does not correct presbyopia or the loss of the ability to read or see near objects caused by the aging process.
TEI believes that if the IRS revises the revenue procedure to make the consequences of a violation proportionate to such violation, to permit flexible corrections that are not unreasonable, and to provide certainty about the forms of acceptable corrections, employers will be further encouraged to adopt and maintain plans and to correct failures voluntarily and promptly when they are discovered.
If one bit had changed during transmission, two others would still be correct, and the computer would select the majority digit as the correct entry.
6724-1T(e)(1)(iv), reasonable cause will not exist unless the filer, once a correct TIN is received, corrects the returns previously filed with incorrect or missing TINs.