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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

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(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

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

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(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

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(Review), verb amend, change, convert, edit, emend, expostulate, help, regulate, revise
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Integrated with the EC 350 volume corrector and MiWireless product line, it is fully field-programmable and simple to use through its short-range wireless communication or serial interfaces, and associated set of programming software.
The corrector, however, should be lighter than the skin tone, or the lesion itself will appear darker.
All I did was add Tele Vue's new Big Paracorr Type-2 coma corrector to the scope and, voila, I had imaging performance that was on par with the best astrographs I've tested.
Dispersion correctors are without doubt useful devices for high-resolution imaging and observing planets at low elevations.
The ability to correct the effects of spherical aberration in electron lenses, whether by software reconstruction or hardware correctors, allows direct interpretation of TEM images down to the information limit of the system.
The simple design also makes the product lowest cost of any posture correctors in the market, making it affordable for anyone.
Since this equation alone does not meet all the requirements for high-precision gas metering, the gas volume corrector also takes into account the characteristics of the real gas by using the K coefficient as a correction factor.
A look at the big corrector lens on the front of its tube revealed the problem: it was sopping wet with dew and my stargazing was done for the night.
Fortunately, fully adjustable dispersion correctors are now available with a prism pair incorporated into a single convenient unit.
Contract notice: UK SBS PR16003 CLARA Phase 2 Quadrupole and Corrector Magnets.
She adds "In contrast to existing correctors that target symptoms, Posture Crown actually cures the body of its neuromuscular deficiencies that cause poor posture, in a very natural and organic manner.