Definition of corrected establishment
: the mean of all high-water lunitidal intervals for at least a month used in navigation to find the approximate time of high water by adding it to the time of the moon's upper transit as shown in the nautical almanac
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Origin and Etymology of corrected establishment
corrected from past participle of correct
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