re-alter

re-alter

vb (tr)
to alter (something) again
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The budget results can signal a more economic volatility and can re-alter several interest rate structures.
If it then tries to compensate the latter, it will re-alter the distribution of costs and benefits, making more people unhappy.
In order for Pakistan to multiply its potential, it has to re-alter the region and become a massive trade corridor.
Harrington may now re-alter his end of season schedule to try and reign in Retief Goosen at the head of the Volvo Order of Merit.
And secondly, how the council is proposing to radically re-alter services through privatisation without any involvement of other health care and clients organisations to achieve their own political objectives at the expense of the most needy in their communities.