- n. The act of realigning or something realigned
“Faced with a sharp drop in its endowment and a $15 million deficit the society which operates the Bronx Zoo announced what it called a realignment intended to make it "meaner, leaner and greener.”
“This recession/depression/perpetual funk is what I call a realignment recession.”
“Afghanistan emerged as a country of sorts only in the mid-18th century, and a case can be made that with the slow-motion dissolution of the former Soviet empire in Central Asia, and the gradual weakening of the Pakistani state, a historic realignment is now taking place that could see Afghanistan disappear on the political map: in the future, for example, the Hindu Kush could form a border between Pashtunistan and a Greater Tajikistan.”
“This realignment is predicated on a change in political demography and geography.”
“Currency realignment is the last chapter of the credit crunch and the process has started right now.”
“Sununu's abysmal numbers suggest that 2006 was not a fluke, but potentially a long-term realignment in the state.”
“Cause when we get the music, and its at the top of the charts, it could well mean a political realignment is underway.”
“The recent trend toward realignment is unique, he argues, in that it has arisen more as a result of deliberate strategy than through organic historical contingency.”
“That realignment is by now complete — the GOP could hardly dominate the region more thoroughly.”
“But clearly, these four are headed toward a long-term realignment of power.”
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I had a summer assignment for AP Government and there were A LOT of words I had to look up.... I wasn't even aware some of these words existed...
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