- v adjust anew
After moving back to America, he had to readjust
- v adjust again after an initial failure
- At one point I decided to readjust my hand, and was able to do it without upsetting the camcorder's view too much.
- The Palestinian peopleand observers all over the worldhave to readjust to.
- But before that, the Palestinian people--and observers all over the world--have to readjust to last week's stunning results.
News & Articles
- Pregnancy can complicate working women's lives
Rebecca Salsbury, 31, has less than a month to go before she becomes a mother. She plans to readjust her work-life balance when the time comes, but so far her pregnancy has meant little professional change at the law firm in Baltimore where she's an associate.
June 20, 2013 - Erie Times-News
- Veterans’ peer program offers healing, support
JACKSONVILLE — An eight-week program for veterans of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom designed to help them readjust to civilian life is now available in Cherokee County.
June 17, 2013 - Jacksonville Daily Progress
- Donald Rumsfeld in Forbes
Rumsfeld said the administration should "announce that whatever new approach the US decides on, the US is doing so on a trial basis. This will give us the ability to readjust and move to another course, if necessary, and therefore not `lose.'"
- Roy Williams in WEEI.com (blog)
My own opinion, I thought we were going to win today and get on a great run and we'd be in the NCAA tournament,Williams said. "Now I've got to readjust and see if we can get it done by starting on Wednesday night or whenever the next game...
- Rob Portman in FOXNews
The time has come to readjust our trade policy with respect to China,Portman said. "As a mature trading partner, China should be held accountable for its actions and required to live up to its responsibilities, including opening markets...