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re·com·pose

 (rē′kəm-pōz′)
tr.v. re·com·posed, re·com·pos·ing, re·com·pos·es
1. To compose again; reorganize or rearrange.
2. To restore to composure; calm.

re′com·po·si′tion (rē′kŏm-pə-zĭsh′ən) n.
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In 2010, the city of Nantes initiated an urban study on the Halvque-Beaujoire-Ranzay sector in order to support urban renewal in the short, medium and long term and to define a plan for urban recomposition of the site by 2030.
The recomposition of indices will take effect on February 19.
L'ampleur des transformations impose une reflexion sur la recomposition des rapports
Apart from appointing ministers to the posts that became vacant because of the election of some ministers for mayors, the political analyst Albert Musliu does not expect any other recomposition of the government.
C'est aussi a l'aune de la qualite et de la profondeur de cet effort de reflexion que la recomposition du champ politique national pourrait etre utile afin de pallier a ses carences et effacer les effets induits par cette pause ou tout semble fige.
The bourse conducts a regular semi-annual review and examination of its indices and the results become the principal basis for the recomposition of the PSEi and the sector indices.
For texts such as Daniel/Azarias and Soul and Body I/II, which differ widely in places, Neidorf reviews arguments indicating that one of the versions bears evidence of substantial recomposition by a poet at some point in its history, not just changes at the verse level.
Also, the company is not considering the launch of a public tender on Ubisoft nor acquiring the control of the company and is hoping to build a fruitful cooperation with Ubisoft and continues to seek a recomposition of the Ubisoft board of directors in order to, among other things, obtain board representation consistent with its shareholder position.
In this type of work, the most obvious metaphor is that the destruction and haphazard recomposition of the painting's surface--and so in many ways the tradition of painting itself--reflects society's values, which beginning in the 1950s no longer assured a stable hierarchy.
This resultant image matrix would act as the initial input to the recomposition process.
This paper explores what the authors call the 'process of recomposition of a people', the practices of 'commoning', which created what many participants in the protests lived as a transgressive experience, and the affective dimension of the Gezi protests.