Exemples de phrases

Choisissez une langue , puis tapez un mot ci-dessous pour obtenir des exemples de phrases pour ce mot.

Redress dans une phrase (en anglais)

She had absolutely no redress.
Whitney should be referred for redress.
And now let’s redress and sew that wound.
Only the negroes had rights or redress these days.
This new mode of redress proving no ways satisfactory, Mr.
By this means redress of wrongs has been repeatedly sought, and sought in vain.
Without the institutions of civil discourse there is no procedure for the redress of wrongs.

In fact, it was the only measure on which we were to rely for a redress of all our grievances.
A treaty was patched up, in the end, and something like the appearance of redress provided for.
Leave that to me, and trust me once more, or prepare for a redress you won’t forget, I said.
It is proper that she be blind to those who approach her seeking redress for human frailty’s wrongs.
Were we to redress those wrongs, those commercial injuries, on the land? Not altogether, he conceived.
When they returned to Clive House, a little earlier than usual, the ladies retired to wash up and redress.
I had no need to require redress from them when she ran off with a sewage engineer as the fault was entirely.
But, if we are going to war to redress grievances, to revenge injuries received, we should choose our own time.
From a nation which returned such an answer, redress could not be expected; and there was an end of negotiation.
Surely the knowledge of this error was followed by an instant and anxious desire to redress the resulting injury.
They have suffered no wrongs, they have received no insults, however great, for which they cannot obtain redress.
Even if Vivek were to block Global that might only hurt Gautam’s businesses interests and not redress his slight as such.
To-day the five frigates which we have in commission are thought sufficient if properly employed, to redress all our injuries.
If they were turned out illegally by the violence of their master, the action by which they obtained redress was extremely imperfect.
His hand placed upon his heart was unable to redress its throbbings, while, with the other he wiped the perspiration from his temples.
Also, lawyers representing minority interests would be very ready and able to seek redress for what they believed were wrongs to stockholders.
Arm'd knights go forth to redress wrongs, some in quest of the holy Graal; I see the tournament, I see the contestants incased in heavy armor.
He would also talk to the Aviatilians to ask for a bandage, after which he would clean the wound and distribute the leaves upon it and redress it.
She’d fully believed that she had a meaningful role to play in keeping the streets safe and in giving victims a way to seek justice and redress.
Failing to get redress nearer home, he determined to seek for justice at Warsaw, whither he had been summoned with other Cossack delegates to assist.
There was no more redress for this than for the discovery of bad temper after marriage—which of course old companions were aware of before the ceremony.
Unless we were determined to persevere in our claims for redress, and to assert our rights, the embargo, even as a measure of precaution, was unnecessary.
He reluctantly departs, but his wrongs weigh upon his spirit, and by-and-by when an opportunity comes to redress them, he outwits Mamma by a shrewd bargain.
They had nothing to do but prefer their complaints before the proper authority, and, if they were there substantiated, they would obtain redress of their wrongs.
What did they do? An embassy was despatched to France, redress was demanded, but the Ministers were not received, nor could be, till a douceur—a tribute—was paid.
Necessity might compel her to yield for a moment; but it would be to watch the growth of national strength, and to seize the first favorable opportunity to seek redress.
We did not purchase redress; we did not pay for the surrender of the Western posts, which were our right, and out of the purchase money indemnify a portion of our own citizens.
What, sir, shall constitute cause of war? The spoliation of your property? Not so, say gentlemen, because the expenditure for redress will be greater than the injury sustained.
You do not go to war for the benefit of your enemy, but your own advantage; not to give proofs of a vain and heedless courage, but to assert your rights and redress your wrongs.
It was not for conquest, or for redress of inquiry, but to impose a Government on France, which she refused to receive; an object so detestable, that an avowal dare not be made.
The stern sage of the Revolution became the courteous ambassador, and, appealing "to the justice and magnanimity of His Britannic Majesty," he demanded redress and he obtained it.
The extent, duration, and character of the injuries received; the failure of those peaceful means heretofore resorted to for the redress of our wrongs, is my proof that it is necessary.
He met everywhere, with eyes riveted on his own, heads erect and nostrils expanded, as if each individual present felt himself able and willing, singly, to redress the wrongs of his race.
Jess checked the wound and was satisfied enough that it didn’t need redressing.
With the hope of redressing his economic distress with the insurer’s largesse, Gautam began befriending the by then inebriated Palit.
I know it is a terrible thing to say, but Mother Nature has a way of redressing the balance and I wonder if a mass extinction is long overdue.
The ―healing process‖ (I am speaking of severed friendships) is oftentimes achieved (less) in the manner of redressing (root) cause(s) but by not bringing them up at all.
If some terrible loss, pain, or other negative learning experience has caused the current imbalance in your life, there is likely to be a certain degree of fear in redressing that balance.
This principle being admitted, the justice of every particular case of resistance is reduced to a computation of the quantity of the danger and grievance on the one side, and of the probability and expense of redressing it on the other.
My leisure then, and my old age, would have been devoted, in company with the Empress and during the royal apprenticeship of my son, to leisurely visiting, with our own horses and like a true country couple, every corner of the Empire, receiving complaints, redressing wrongs, and scattering public buildings and benefactions on all sides and everywhere.
If he did not feel perfectly comfortable in a cold day, should he therefore divest himself of all clothing? Why send out the sloop of war Hornet, alluded to by the gentleman last up—why rely upon it for redressing the insult at Savannah, if naval force was useless? It was no reason, because Great Britain had more vessels than we, that we should not use what we had.
When I recollect that her necessary annual expenditure is greater than the gross rent of all the landed property in her kingdom; that the armed neutrality affected her so materially, that the same principle is brought into operation again; that by withholding our custom, our supplies, our raw materials, we must necessarily destroy a large portion of her revenue, I cannot but hope she will see her own interest in redressing our injuries.
The second news redressed.
Then Dena redressed and returned to her chair.
He was under a false impression that had to be redressed.
The insult at Savannah had by this time been redressed, he had no doubt.
During that time, she’d been raped, sloppily redressed in her own clothes, and dumped.
Dumping another dose of antiseptic powder on his arm, he redressed it and took a couple of strong painkillers.
It was tense, and so when Arial got up to leave after lunch, I went with her to the infirmary to have my wound redressed and drained.
Right you two lets get you sorted out get your wounds redressed and if there is anything bad about them report to the medics if you can find any.
I intended to do so unless PSL redressed the matter before I retained legal counsel and took this to the appropriate state/federal administrative and/or legal bodies.
I have redressed injuries, righted wrongs, punished insolences, vanquished giants, and crushed monsters; I am in love, for no other reason than that it is incumbent on knights-errant to be so; but though I am, I am no carnal-minded lover, but one of the chaste, platonic sort.
Truancy shall be cause for severe punishment, specifics of which to be determined by the newly elected School Committee whose plenary powers in these matters may be redressed only by petition, whose subscribers must number over half the current enrollment of the School at the time of submission.
If rudeness of expression had been resorted to on the part of the British Minister, in his correspondence with our Government, had it not been repelled on their part? Had they not amply redressed the insult of the individual? It might well afford some consolation to ourselves and the country, if other wrongs and insults have been even as well repaired as this.
The insult offered to the honor of the nation in the affair of the Chesapeake, so far from being redressed, was heightened by a proclamation from the King of Great Britain, authorizing publicly, in the face of the world, the boarding of our merchant ships, and taking therefrom whomsoever their officers should call a British subject; to palliate this outrage on our independence, it was recommended to the boarding officer to execute this indignity with politeness.

Malheureusement, nous avons encore d' exemples de phrases pour ce mot.

Share this with your friends