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tr.v. re·dis·trib·ut·ed, re·dis·trib·ut·ing, re·dis·trib·utes
To distribute again in a different way; reallocate.
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Adj.1.redistributed - having population and industries relocated from urban to outlying areas; "redistributed industries"
decentralised, decentralized - withdrawn from a center or place of concentration; especially having power or function dispersed from a central to local authorities; "a decentralized school administration"
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Food items redistributed include fresh meat and fish, fruit and vegetables, ready meals, milk and cheeses.
The sources declined to disclose the size of the stake being redistributed. The Growth Markets Health Fund has been the source of many of AbraajA's problems after investors such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and International Finance Corp (IFC) last year began questioning Abraaj on how it used some of the fund's money.
In 2016 FareShare GM redistributed 2 million meal portions to those who would normally struggle to put food on the table.
The amount of surplus consumable grub redistributed to community groups daily through the FoodCloud project will be increased by 60%.
In a statement, however, Kadamay said Congress' resolution noted that the units to be redistributed were intended for the use of 'other government employees, public school teachers, barangay officials and the lowest of income earners.'
"Thousands of books were taken from students in June, checked, sorted and those in good condition were redistributed.
The lowest in each round dropped out, with their votes being redistributed among the the other candidates.
Food is redistributed to 1,711 charities and organisations supporting vulnerable people, such as breakfast clubs, lunch clubs, homeless hostels and more.
So if ''12 Years a Slave'' received 10 percent of the votes, all of its first-place votes are counted with a weight of roughly 0.9 votes, and all of the second-place votes on the same ballot are redistributed to those films (such as ''American Hustle'') with a weight of roughly 0.1 votes.
They said the college has redistributed the scoring pattern of the category to give more weightage to the trials and past achievements.
Mr Nesbitt said once this was achieved, and other ministerial departments were redistributed, the UUP would be happy to take and "fix" education.