rejuggle

rejuggle

(riːˈdʒʌɡəl)
vb (tr)
to juggle anew, to alter
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Minnis said the House "is going to proceed as if Measure 28 (the income tax boost) fails" to rejuggle spending if needed.
Neighborhood centers, supermarket chains and other retailers are driving up capital expenditures as they rejuggle space and change their looks to catch the attention of demanding shoppers.
We could rejuggle the schedule and find time to make private members' business used more productively.
NASA would have to keep the scientific equipment on board until then to save time and rejuggle its flight schedule for the rest of the year.
It's here that the collision of parametric forces so often invoked by Ferneyhough comes into play, even if, in terms of the verbal sketches, the results are less apocalyptic - they mainly involve the constant effort to rejuggle, recombine and redefine known elements and strategies alongside the insertion of new ones.
Unfortunately, this merely rejuggles the key terms ('cultural practices'/'structural oppression') without in any way resolving the, admittedly difficult, question of the processes of 'internalization'.