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Use "rectified" in a sentence
"There are a million secrets buried in the libraries and catacombs of The Vatican – hell, they stole the Dead Sea Scrolls from Qumran and only released what they wanted to … how that was allowed I’ll never understand, and how much they pirated away before the situation was rectified is probably a dead secret now."
"Late Tuesday, WikiLeaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson said in an e-mail that a misunderstanding about the status of the payment had been "rectified" and the "payment is being processed now.""
"For the first time it would also reveal all cases that had been "rectified", the practice by which MPs can avoid publication of judgments in less serious cases if they apologise."