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v. re·or·gan·ized, re·or·gan·iz·ing, re·or·gan·iz·es
To organize again or anew.
To undergo or effect changes in organization.

re·or′gan·iz′er n.


(riːˈɔːɡəˌnaɪzə) or


a person who reorganizes
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As a reorganizer, technology can bring about structural changes to students' cognitive and sociocultural operations (Ben-Zvi, 2000).
description of the procurement: The reorganizer to be commissioned shall take measures to further prepare and carry out the urban regeneration.
Referring to herself as a "reluctant reorganizer," Ms.
Morgan begins to move from being a fairly conservative railroad reorganizer and bond guy into a speculative equity guy.
But in keeping with the precepts of Lazare Carnot, the reorganizer and professionalizer of France's revolutionary armies, that "war must pay for war," Napoleon promised his "half naked and mistreated" soldiers "honor and riches" beyond their wildest dreams if they would fight for France.
He had amassed a fortune as a corporate lawyer, railroad reorganizer, and land and stock speculator.
This finding and the nature of the manufacturing capabilities of these two groups, for example the manufacturing flexibility of strategic group 4, seems to suggest that the firms in group 2 are implementing the innovator manufacturing strategy and those in group 4 are deploying the reorganizer generic manufacturing strategy.
In the vicious spiral process we found that when organizational changes were pursued in the bank of interest everything seemed to go wrong: the organization was forced to change, it failed in recruiting a meaningful reorganizer, there were continuing disagreements in the management team, there was increasing fear of the future from the superior's side.
Regardless of the shortcomings of these additional programs, the flagship program in the package is Vopt and it is an excellent disk reorganizer that beats competitor packages hands down on speed.
The reorganizer assigns the services of a centrally controlled building logistics for the construction of new buildings in block iii.
Figure 1 shows the structure of Library-Quest, which consists of five components: a Search Agent to derive relevant information from the electronic library which was designed by teachers, a Content Analyzer to recognize the derived information, a Content Reorganizer to reformat the information for show, a Searching Behaviors Recorder to record each students' problem-solving portfolio, and a Searching Behaviors Analyzer to help the teachers analyze the students' online behaviors based on their problem-solving portfolios.