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reordering

ree awr duh ring

  • n  a rearrangement in a different order
  • v  assign a new order to
  • v  make a new request to be supplied with

  • His margin was evaporating, and with it faded his plans for cutting the deficit, reordering public priorities and overhauling the nation's health-care system.
  • Or your refrigerator automatically reordering groceries--fat-free if your Net-linked bathroom scale suggests you've been eating too well lately.
  • Rumsfeld's Pentagon has refused to undertake the violent reordering of prioritiesmore special forces, more intelligence, zero boatsneeded to fight a scruffy, labor-intensive .
News & Articles

  • AMERICAN GREETINGS HAS EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES
    AMERICAN GREETINGS HAS EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES for a part-time merchandiser in Buffalo, WY. The merchandiser is responsible for obtaining schedule and order information for assigned accounts and calling on those accounts in a timely fashion. Through the use of Best Practice techniques, the merchandiser maintains the greeting card department for American Greetings (AG) by reordering merchandise ...
    June 12, 2013 - Buffalo Bulletin
Quotes

  • Peter Mandelson in BusinessWeek
    EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson said next week's World Trade Organization talks in Geneva would test the ability of members to strike a deal at a time of "huge reordering of the global economy and politics."
  • Bill Gates in BBC News
    This is a hard decision,said Mr Gates, adding that he was not retiring but "reordering [his] priorities".
  • Pat Roberts in USA Today
    Although the measure would essentially dismantle the CIA, Roberts said in a paper he released: "We are not abolishing the CIA. We are reordering and renaming its three major elements."

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