- v. Simple past tense and past participle of readjust.
“(Mr. LaHaye said that he and Bantam had since "readjusted" the sum downward.)”
“A Pataki administration official acknowledged the figures had been "readjusted" to reflect preliminary expenditures.”
“The Angolan cabinet was on Tuesday due to begin talks on a proposed law to introduce a "readjusted" kwanza, by knocking off some of the zeros, a source at the presidency said.”
“When the bank collapsed -- or "readjusted" itself, as the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District would say -- along the North Branch by my house, neighbors anxiously pestered the alderman and the district for action.”
“The property values have been "readjusted" as have the rents.”
“And just a few weeks ago, he gamely readjusted his gait to accommodate a reduced-size rear foot after a toe amputation to remove a large tumor.”
“Just yesterday it seems I readjusted the timer because the house was pitch black at 5: 30.”
“I readjusted the dish and got the signal up to 40 on the status screen.”
“Everyone I know has readjusted their thinking about what they really want here, it´s never exactly how they pictured it to begin with.”
“In the past, the consequences of disparities between risk and premium were greatest in certain plans, especially the Blue Cross High Option, so naturally the older and sicker flocked there, until premiums were readjusted the following year, and they could move to another plan, joining a healthier cohort.”
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