reorientate


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Verb1.reorientate - orient once again, after a disorientation
orientate, orient - determine one's position with reference to another point; "We had to orient ourselves in the forest"
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Muhammad Babandele, Minister of Interior General Abdulrahman Dambazzau, and two top officers of the CDFIPB of acting in cahoots to reorientate the original list of promoted officers in favour of Muslim officers of northern origin.
Thomas Dannenfeldt, CFO of Deutsche Telekom: "After 26 years with the company and five years as CFO, I will take a longer break and then reorientate myself.
True climate justice will have to reorientate the debate away from state sovereignty and international standing towards a focus on personal harm.
This could fundamentally reorientate health systems towards more cost effective, wellness and people centred health care in realising the right to health for everyone.
While the PACS and PSF, which were under the umbrella of the Family Health Strategy (ESF), were intended to reorientate the care model from the standpoint of basic care in the context of the expansion of health coverage, the diversification of services, the promotion, diagnosis, treatment and maintenance of health, and democratic management practices rooted in teamwork, the PMM exclusively targeted the supply and training of doctors.
The year-on-year increase in net interest income reflected increases in both loan volumes and loan margins as the Bank continues to successfully reorientate its lending activities from transactional-based long-term project and structured finance to relationship-based large and mid-cap corporates.
We had to reorientate people's minds to accept the need for a people's army and overcome their traditional dislike for soldiering .
This "path branching" is seen by many scholars as critical in allowing regions to reorientate and renew.
The year-on-year increase in net interest income reflected an increase in the loan volume during the nine months as the bank continues to successfully reorientate its lending activities from transactional-based long-term project and structured finance to relationship-based large and mid-cap corporates.
2) Her art, most importantly, "asks us to reorientate ourselves physically and mentally," was how the curator Joan Rothfuss observed Ono's work in 2000.
The work is called Descent however and thus we have to reorientate our view of it.
The sudden acceleration in Cuban training is a crisis intervention aimed at buying time to adjust and expand our local medical training platform so that it can increase local doctor output while continuing to better reorientate the Cuban 'returnees' towards SA's very different disease profile.