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According to a (https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/09/tesla-ceo-elon-musk-no-refreshes-for-model-x-model-s.html) report , Tesla CEO Elon Musk said during a shareholder's meeting that the company is "rejiggering" its Fremont factory, supposedly to help boost production of the Model Y crossover. 
Although hardly a slap and go, the installation won't require lots of radio stack rejiggering because it's nearly the same height as the King KLN-series GPS that it will replace.
And developing a new vineyard often means leveling mountainside forests and rejiggering the slopes.
Unfortunately, the loan rejiggering doesn't solve Dubai's problem.
sales of the brand have slipped in recent years, prompting this rejiggering, and now it's only available in 12-oz.
AnnMarie Milazzo, along with Chris Fenwick and Alvin Hough Jr., were busy going through each song, troubleshooting wrong notes and rejiggering syllables and specifying attack.
Texas is an old hand at being scolded by courts when it comes to redistricting, the once-per-decade process of rejiggering political boundaries to address changing populations.
The rejiggering of Facebook's share structure, effectively a 3-for-1 stock split, follows the 31 year-old's announcement last December that he intends to put 99 percent of his Facebook shares into a new philanthropy project focusing on human potential and equality.
Rejiggering chemical inputs and the device's collection of tanks and tubes allowed the team to produce four different drugs: an anesthetic (lidocaine), an antihistamine (Benadryl), an antianxiety medication (Valium) and an antidepressant (Prozac).
Partly because such trust is in short supply, negotiations have been marked by unusual procedural maneuvers, constant legislative rejiggering, and incessant hand-wringing.