Correctly [adverb]

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Both the Sense and Versa 3 also correct some major flaws in earlier Fitbit watches, as well.

You can also call up the keyboard to correct the Note20’s conversion of your handwriting if the technology made any mistakes.

You didn’t give women the right to vote, you corrected your mistake in ever denying us.

One of the biggest mistakes small business owners make is failing to include the correct categories.

Both these methods claim their result is correct and very precise, so their difference cannot simply be a statistical fluke.

Each ring had a “correct” position on the column, from the largest ring that fit snugly at the bottom to the smallest ring that fit snugly at the top.

This story has been updated to correct the annual membership fee for MyPinkNews in dollars and euros.

You also need to use the correct measurements, currencies, and other details, which may vary from country to country regardless of language.

What puzzled him was that sometimes he just couldn’t make the correct decision.

So this is suggestive that one potential intervention to try and correct for inaccurate beliefs is just provide employers or provide evaluators with the actual performance of different groups.