“Jody Weis said Tuesday he would "reallocate" police resources by the end of this year ...”
“Jody Weis said Tuesday he would "reallocate" police resources by the end of this year from lower crime districts to those that need more officers.”
“The employers say that, as an additional funding mechanism after those options, IATSE will "reallocate" an additional 1% from wages or their IAP.”
“In addition to that, as we look at our marketing spend; we plan to kind of reallocate our resources in different ways for fiscal year '11 and into different priorities than when we put them into this last tax season.”
“Those bills "assumed the government needs to grow beyond its revenues, and that is simply not acceptable any longer," he said, adding that he would "reallocate" money to early learning from lower-priority programs.”
“Wood said Friday that the layoff of 47 workers then, plus the elimination of 77 vacant positions, wasn't done to save money but to "reallocate" resources after a yearlong examination of the trust's priorities.”
“Mr Warnock added: "Until the European or UK courts say otherwise, our view is that employers are entitled to require workers to produce convincing evidence of their illness while on holiday and that it would have rendered them unfit for work before allowing workers to 'reallocate' holidays.”
“Bancassurance deals mean lower fixed salary costs, and can allow insurers to reallocate capital more quickly.”
“Obama has now ordered the intelligence community to reallocate satellites, eavesdropping resources and other intelligence assets to Libya.”
“They would decide to reallocate assets from states they could no longer afford to contest to states they could not afford to lose.”
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