reorientation :

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  • n  a fresh orientation; a changed set of attitudes and beliefs
  • n  the act of changing the direction in which something is oriented

  • One thorny question at a time of economic crisis will be how much of the money for that reorientation will have to come from the Pentagon's budget.
  • It may also require a reorientation of the basic design, so that future windmills face into the wind rather than away from it.
  • A sign of the change is that Volcker went along with a gradual reorientation of Fed policy toward pepping up economic growth.

  • Joe Kaeser in Taipei Times
    We will begin accelerating the reorientation of SEN and related restructuring activities under the control of Siemens to ensure that personnel measures associated with these changes will be as socially compatible as possible,Siemens chief...
  • Chuck Hagel in New York Times
    We are experiencing a political reorientation, a redefining - and moving toward a new political center of gravity,Hagel said. "This movement is bigger than both parties. The need to solve problems and meet challenges is overtaking the...
  • Mike Thompson in USA Today
    Time has melted away and we are now being taken seriously,Mike Thompson said. "We've got such a great venue. We've got a dedicated membership that works their fingers to the bone. This is kind of our reorientation to golf. We're just...

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