Redressed sentence example

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  • The Saxon nobles refused to join the host until their grievances were redressed, and in 1073 a league was formed at Wormesleben.
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  • He redressed many grievances, regulated the administration of justice, encouraged commerce, reformed the coinage, but as time went on he was compelled to demand larger subsidies and to take severer measures against heretical opinions.
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  • During his pontificate the estates increased in value, while at the same time the real grievances of the tenants were redressed and their general position was materially improved.
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  • In a pulpit controversy with Thomas Cartwright, regarding the constitutions and customs of the Church of England, he showed himself Cartwright's inferior in oratorical effectiveness, but the balance was redressed by the exercise of arbitrary authority.
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  • Minor wrongs are redressed by dueling, and of a very barbarous form.
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  • The acknowledged and admitted grievances, of which your Majesty's subjects complained prior to 1895, not only are not redressed, but exist to-day in an aggravated form.
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  • It's just not the case, and it's only with the rising popularity of internet shopping that the balance has started to be redressed.
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  • trusted it with the duty, not only of formulating ~ lists of grievances, but of seeing that they were redressed.
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  • Lately there has been growing recognition that the balance needs to be redressed to enable children to have status commensurate with their needs.
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  • It was Parnells determination to make legislation impracticable, and parliament unendurable, till Irish grievances were redressed.
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  • deputed here to get grievances redressed; are not yourselves become the greatest grievance?
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  • The people were still unsatisfied, the anti minori demanded further privileges, and the workmen insisted that their grievances against the anti maggiori, especially the wool trade by whom they were employed, be redressed.
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  • Vincent Oge, one of the mulatto delegates in Paris, disgusted at the overthrow of the hopes of his race, returned to San Domingo, and on landing in October 1790 addressed a letter to the governor announcing his intention of taking up arms on behalf of the mulattoes if their wrongs were not redressed.
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