Origin of rectification
Examples from the Web for rectification
U.S.-China relations could certainly stand a little Confucian “rectification.”Find a China Reset Button
June 7, 2013
The error has been acknowledged, and its rectification is in the works.Israel To Return Farmland To Palestinian Owners
Emily L. Hauser
February 20, 2013
The great Chinese philosopher Confucius put forward a timeless and important doctrine: The rectification of names.Yousef Munayyer Responds to His Critics
March 30, 2012
Our mission is not punishment, but the rectification of wrong.
An instrument employed in the rectification of national boundaries.The Devil's Dictionary
The rectification of cerebral science is to me a demonstration.L.
Immense would be also the contribution to truth, the rectification of history.The Real Thing and Other Tales
Redistribution and rectification of the error were in order.The Adventures of Bobby Orde
Stewart Edward White
Word Origin and History for rectification
c.1400, from Old French rectificacion (14c.) or directly from Late Latin rectificationem (nominative rectificatio), noun of action from past participle stem of rectificare (see rectify).