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tr.v. re·shuf·fled, re·shuf·fling, re·shuf·fles
1. To shuffle again: reshuffle cards.
2. To arrange or organize anew: The president reshuffled the advisory committee.

re·shuf′fle n.
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Noun1.reshuffling - shuffling again; "the gambler demanded a reshuffle"
shuffle, shuffling, make - the act of mixing cards haphazardly
card game, cards - a game played with playing cards
References in classic literature ?
In the juggling of events such a war would cause, in the reshuffling of the international cards and the making of new treaties and alliances, the Oligarchy had much to gain.
But the network still canceled it in 2002 due to poor ratings after several air-schedule reshufflings resulted in ``Family Guy'' going head-to-head against NBC's ``Friends.
Since its founding in 1970, the annual exhibition has had its ups, downs, and periodic reshufflings, accelerated in recent years by the photography boom in the arts, the market, and the media.