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“Johnson was re-designated as the assistant head coach for defense, freeing Ward to become coordinator as well as safeties coach.”
“The Telegraph claims the anomaly was not spotted earlier as Mr Morley re-designated his London home as his second residence - a move known as "flipping" - in November 2007.”
“The helicopter standing by for the Bushes is called “Marine One” when it is carrying the president, so when Mr. Bush climbs on board, it will be re-designated as “Executive One.””
“It will be re-designated (or, more precisely, de-designated from its status as a presidential aircraft) when soon-to-be former President Bush and Mrs. Bush climb aboard for the first leg of their flight to Midland, Texas.”
“In March 2002 the organization was re-designated as Headquarters, U.S.”
“That would prevent livestock from being exported until South Korea could be re-designated as disease-free by the World Organization for Animal Health.”
“The State Department had since 1997 -- with little or no explanation - repeatedly re-designated the PMOI as a foreign terrorist organization.”
“Even under the best-case scenario, it'll be another seven years before the final stretch of I-95 is officially re-designated, and the Missing Link is gone for good.”
“This is how ‘treaties’ are re-designated as ‘agreements’ to side step Constitutional criteria and protections and allowing illegal implementation of agreements usurping US law.”
“The ones who surrendered after hostilities were re-designated as disarmed combatants or some other thing.”
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