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repositioning

ree puh zi shuh ning

  • n  the act of placing in a new position
  • v  change place or direction
  • v  place into another position

  • The youthful Jeffries, 55, resuscitated Abercrombie by preserving its East Coast roots but repositioning its focus from a group he refers to as "70 to death" in favor of the 14-to .
  • To be fair, Obama is not alone in his calculated repositioning.
  • But much of the proposed repositioning among the Democrats has more to do with marketing than with changing the party's traditional stands on social issues.
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  • President Bush in ABC Online
    I assured John that any repositioning of troops, if that's what we choose to do, will be done in close consultation with John and his government,President Bush told reporters at a joint public appearance after their talks. "But I also...
  • Joe Tripodi in Mainichi Daily News
    After successful repositioning of the vessel last night, the salvage team is now preparing the Pasha Bulker for towing to sea, if and when conditions are suitable,Tripodi said.
  • Dan Quinn in StreetInsider.com (subscription)
    Dan Quinn, Centennial Bank Holdings President and CEO, stated, "While the operating environment for banks remains challenging, we are pleased with the progress of our strategic repositioning. Our decision in 2006 to significantly reduce our exposure...

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