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re·a·lign

 (rē′ə-līn′)
tr.v. re·a·ligned, re·a·lign·ing, re·a·ligns
1. To put back into proper order or alignment: realigned the fence.
2. To cause to form new arrangements or to have a new orientation; reorganize: realigned our department for new projects; realigned the political parties.

re′a·lign′ment n.

realignment

(ˌriːəˈlaɪnmənt)
n
the act or instance of restoring or changing to a previous or different position
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realignment

noun readjustment, restructuring, shake-up, reshuffling, reorganization, rationalization, rearrangement a realignment of the existing political structure
Translations

realignment

[riːəˈlaɪnmənt] N [of currency] (also Pol) → realineamiento m

realignment

[ˌriːəˈlaɪnmənt] n [company, economy, system] → remaniement m

realignment

[riːəˈlaɪnmənt] n (frm) realignment (of)riallineamento (di)
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We're delighted to be able to leave the Coast Guard a permanent presence in New York Harbor," said John Jakubowski, a MTMC legal officer working on the Base Realignment and Closure action.
While our focus is on our own model of realignment effects, rather than on critiquing/testing other explanations, whatever may be the power of the policy balancing model in accounting for House/president split voting patterns, we are skeptical of its underlying logic as applied to Senate delegations.
There have been three Big Offers in American history, Pinkerton argues: the Founding itself, the rise of the Republican Party under Lincoln, and of course the paradigmatic realignment (to use Pinkerton's lingo), the New Deal under FDR.
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Haberman to convey the subtle complexity of the new realignment of moral conflict: "As a Jew, I differ with a variety of Bible-believing Christians on theology, our nation's social agenda, and matters of public policy.
If the bid is successful and the conditions to which it and the master agreement are subject are satisfied, there will be a realignment of the Coca-Cola bottling system in Mainland China.
These reports recommended that the Postmaster General (1) strengthen planning and the overall integration of its realignment efforts, and enhance accountability by establishing measurable targets and evaluating results, (2) improve delivery service standards and performance measures, and (3) improve communication with stakeholders by revising its Area Mail Processing (AMP) Communication Plan to improve public notice, engagement, and transparency.
military realignment in Japan agreed on between Tokyo and Washington last October.
It is unlikely the proposal will be granted, according to Southern Section assistant commissioner and football administrator Rob Wigod, who said an opportunity for such realignment, which occurs ever four years, ceased earlier this fall.
The realignment of SBSE operating units will be as follows:
SUBJECT: Implementation Guidance on the Realignment of the Department of Defense (DoD) Business Transformation Program Management Office