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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of readjust.

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Examples

  • Paul Jay: I mean, can you imagine a world in the next five or ten years that simply adjusts to this situation, which is high, 10-15 percent unemployment in the United States, relatively low wages, not that much consumer debt -- because of the crisis on the finance side, people don't want to lend, give credit -- and the rest of the world kind of readjusts and moves on based on the domestic market in India and China and Europe?

    MRZine.org

  • But as the city transforms and readjusts, cyclists are getting painted with an unfairly broad brush.

    The City's Misunderstood Cyclists

  • We wait for monetary system adjustment first, always because until the monetary system readjusts balance sheets we have no clue.

    Matthew Yglesias » A Stimulus Plan in Case We Ever Get Really Desperate and Insane

  • I ask her if she can finish ringing me up first and as she readjusts purse strap with one hand on the doorsays with authority, “I am taking lunch.”

    The Grinches Among Us « Denmeister

  • The price paid in this auction readjusts every 15 minutes.

    Texas Power Grid Falls Short

  • Ave., and readjusts the feathered tiara stuck in her tangled hair.

    21

  • The first 15 feet are the most trying, as I clumsily spin, as my body readjusts and finds a new sense of balance.

    Taking Tree-Hugging to New Heights

  • Digital TV has plenty of advantages — a wider range of channels in better quality — but one hidden annoyance is how often you have to retune your gear whenever a new service launches, or a channel readjusts its lineup.

    Does Retuning Your Digital TV Annoy You? | Lifehacker Australia

  • Lon readjusts his wristbands and throws an elbow into a cupped palm.

    The Last of Boland

  • As Trish clicks, readjusts her view and instructs me to shift, I look down at the doll I chose: its scary, wide-smiled ceramic face.

    A Glimpse

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