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re·trac·tion (r -tr k sh n). n. 1.

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Retraction - The Lancet
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Retraction of an interpretation For personal use. Only reproduce with
750. THE LANCET • Vol 363 • March 6, 2004 • www.thelancet.
Answers to Your Questions about Premature (Forcible) Retraction of
Answers to Your. Questions about. Premature.
Retraction of Probabilistic Computation and Linear Time
Retraction of. Probabilistic Computation and Linear Time. Lance Fortnow.

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New York Times Smacks Down Rep. Darrell Issa's Demand For A Retraction
On Thursday, the New York Times responded to a demand for a retraction from Oversight Chairman Rep.
Electronic Frontier Foundation Issues Retraction Of Allegations About Paxfire
Alan Sullivan, CEO and co-founder of Sterling VA-based Paxfire, Inc., says that Paxfire is pleased that the Electronic Frontier Foundation (“EFF†) is retracting its previous allegations about the company’s Internet privacy practices.
Darrell Issa demands New York Times retraction
The paper is not going to issue the front-page retraction that Issa's camp demanded Friday morning, though the paper did issue a correction on the story on Tuesday on a separate matter.
Where's The Retraction, Pumpers? (BAC)
I want to know when we're going to get apologies and retractions of the claim that Bank of America did not need any new capital. Bank of America Corp. (BAC), the biggest US lender, said Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
Retraction of 'Howard Kusnick Charged With Conspiracy To Commit Wire Fraud'
I am formally issuing a retraction of the May 31, 2011 story about Double Diamond Sports Management, Inc.

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Retraction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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retraction - definition of retraction by the Free Online Dictionary
re·trac·tion (r -tr k sh n). n. 1.
Retraction - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
an act of recanting; specifically : a statement made by one retracting. 2. : an act of retracting : the state of being retracted.
Errata, Retractions, Partial Retractions, Corrected and Republished

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