rechannel


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rechannel

(riːˈtʃænəl)
vb (tr)
1. to guide (something) into or convey (something) through a channel or channels again or in a new way
2. to provide (something) with a channel or channels again or in a new way
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While we understand the weight of problems facing our nations, including that of Jerusalem, it is necessary to rechannel our concerns and efforts to emphasize the importance of sticking to our basic causes and principles and not deviate from them," Siniora added.
In a statement, think tank group IBON Foundation criticized the Duterte administration's plan to rechannel the funds from Yolanda rehabilitation to Marawi.
There is also no need to rechannel the proposed budget of other agencies in buying body cams when current appropriations are available," Recto said.
So, to break his strategy we need to rechannel Palestinian efforts, because we must help each other in this issue.
The proposal made by Jose Manuel Barroso, at the informal European Council on 30 January, to rechannel 82 billion from Structural Funds 2007-2014 to support SMEs and combat youth unemployment, triggered reactions in the European Parliament, on 13 February in Strasbourg.
The Brazilian government rejected an appeal from the Organization of American States to halt the Belo Monte project, which will rechannel the Xingu River and flood nearly 260 square miles of land, displacing some 20,000 people, including indigenous communities.
Fill your life with meaningful activities such as volunteer work, a job, hobbies or physical exercise that help rechannel negative feelings and turn the mind to positive, enjoyable thoughts.
Coal companies, utilities, economists and environmentalists are vying to shape legislation that could rechannel hundreds of billions of dollars from one part of the economy to others.
The Chancellor said he would rechannel spending into projects in areas that would "make a difference".
A better approach is to nip speculation in the bud and rechannel employees' energies by proactively communicating information and encouraging staff to ask questions about issues of concern.
Public health officials should be reassuring parents that the schools are among the safest places on Earth for their children--far safer than the family --and doing their utmost to rechannel public efforts to the venues where violence actually threatens children.
Instead of accelerating from a standstill--an inefficient use of internal combustion power when compared with highway cruising--engineers want to store energy generated during driving and braking, then rechannel it to get up to speed.