reorchestrate

reorchestrate

(riːˈɔːkɪˌstreɪt)
vb (tr)
to orchestrate or organize again; rearrange
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The G-20 is uniquely placed to reorchestrate financial regulation via the Financial Stability Board (replacing the G7's Financial Stability Forum) as a "network of networks" influencing the IMF, the Bank for International Settlements, the World Bank, European financial institutions, the International Standard Classification of Occupations, and the International Accounting Standards Board.
Changing environments can reorchestrate the genes an organism already has and reveal new forms without mutations.
The ability to redefine and reorchestrate "roughhousing" for children with special needs and disabilities is part of what exceptional parents do every day.
This shows that he was not just looking to reorchestrate the works, but to make them work as if they were originally conceived for the voice and piano.
Nevertheless, technically educated space professionals took advantage of Operation Desert Shield's five-month duration to totally reorchestrate space and ground segments to create supporting inter- and intra-theater infrastructure.
As soon as the reader takes comfort in the way "I know" emphatically intrudes upon the underemphasized "what it is it is," she is asked to rethink and to reorchestrate and resound the sequence, as "I know" comes to intrude upon its own cut.
Britten himself appears briefly on the scene during these early discussions, for a previously unknown pet project of his was to reorchestrate The Fairy-Queen.
For those companies that attempt to reengineer their existing processes, Wilkinson (1991) identified the reengineering methodology as comprised of three stages, redesign, retool, and reorchestrate.
Where is the melody, The revolutionary phrase scrawled Across the mind's altar, the debris We pick through to reorchestrate Lost symphonies?
On whether he'd reorchestrate his music to make it acoustic, Kitt speaks like a practical man of the theater whom any 19th century impresario could love.
Moross took this opportunity to rework and reorchestrate the fourth section (Waltz and Variations) of Riding Hood, entitling it Variations on a Waltz for Orchestra.
The immediate job is to change languages; rehearse Miraj, the stage manager, in Afzal's part; and reorchestrate for more than the violin - Richard's remarkable wood-and-pipe instruments, packed with the set, are stuck in customs in Calcutta.