from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To put back into proper order or alignment.
- transitive v. To make new groupings of or working arrangements between.
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- v. To bring back into alignment.
- v. To align again.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. align anew or better
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On that day, President Obama announced his inexplicable decision to 'realign'-read
Once viability is determined, participants have roughly another 30 minutes to "realign": the supporters of inviable candidates may find a viable candidate to support, join together with supporters of another inviable candidate to secure a delegate for one of the two, or choose to abstain.
Signet, in fact, said recently that it expects to "realign" prices after Valentine's Day to reflect higher commodity prices.
Unlike delegates elected through a primary, caucus delegates can "realign" their votes, or abandon them by not showing up for the next step in what can be a long selection process.
Rove, the president's chief political strategist, is after the other 53 percent, millions of voters who could "realign" the political parties to make the Republicans dominant for years to come -- or at least in 2004.
NASA is proposing to "realign" research and technology in the physical and life sciences in order to accelerate the development of crew vehicles and to complete the ISS.
For a governor about to cut $10 billion out of the budget, lay off thousands of state workers, and "realign" the state to meet its new fiscal realities, the Cuomo seen on Monday may not be around after he unveils his budget is beginning the hard part of his job with strong support across the state , according to a NY1/Marist Poll that finds most registered voters have a favorable impression of the Democrat.
The gaffer has had to 'realign' a couple of neds already.
De Lille and her party have entered into an extended period of courtship with the DA in a bid to "realign" opposition politics in South Africa.
This is an excuse for some to "realign" their portfolios at the expense of the unwashed masses.
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