Did you mayhaps mean reorganizing?
- v. present participle of reorganise.
“The damning report – published following an investigation and hearings by the committee this summer – says that the concept of abolishing 46 local fire and rescue control rooms and reorganising them into nine regional control centres was flawed from the start.”
“Leo III on the other hand, who came to the throne in that year of 717, ... began ever more openly to show his conviction that the consolidation of empire had to begin by reorganising expressions of faith, with particular reference to idolatry, a risk to which, in his view, the people were exposed by their excessive veneration for icons .”
“If your Reader addiction feels more like a timesink than timesaver, it might be time to think about decluttering and reorganising your RSS feeds for a more efficient reading experience.”
“All these will be swept away by 2014 when family doctors will be in charge of reorganising healthcare.”
“The annoying part is reorganising channels and deleting duplicates.”
“Labour claimed it was part of a developing pattern of reorganising official statistics that would make it harder to measure the coalition's record against that of the Labour government.”
“Besides the major task of reorganising this research centre, I tried to maintain some time for laboratory research and continued jointly with Frank Rösl to analyse intracellular and extracellular control mechanisms preventing the activity of viral oncogenes in proliferating epithelial cells.”
“Anyway, one consequence has been a big clean out and reorganising of my feeds, which gives me an excuse to flag up some new, newish or not new at all podcasts that might be of interest:”
“The charity, which submitted preliminary research findings to the government during a consultation on prisons earlier this year, says the results could play a crucial part in shaping government policy for reorganising prisons.”
“With the health and social care bill marooned in parliament for 12 months – it was a year ago on Thursday that it was tabled before MPs – there are signs of government panic over a health service too busy reorganising itself, while trying to save £20bn, to focus on patient care.”
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