- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reorganize.
“During adolescence, the brain reorganizes and eliminates many synaptic connections, making the brain's information processing more efficient and powerful while consuming less energy.”
“Pak 'reorganizes' troops on Afghan border following fresh US-led Taliban onslaught”
“The company has said that if it reorganizes, it anticipates being a much smaller bookseller upon its emergence from bankruptcy, projecting its annual sales to decline 28% from 2010 levels to $1.5 billion.”
“He ascends to the throne in 1431, reorganizes the kingdom and rebuilds the city.”
“Tony Vinciquerra is out at Fox as the net reorganizes its TV department.”
“Empty Shelves As Borders reorganizes and closes stores, it faces many creditors.”
“If the doctor provides you medicine to regulate your bowel movements ... do you really think that means the medicine reorganizes your bowels?”
“MUMBAI -- Reliance Communications Ltd. said Monday a chief operating officer will run its wireless business instead of the current structure of three regional heads, as it reorganizes operations to enhance competitiveness in India's fast-growing and fiercely competitive telephony market.”
“A $505 million dollar loan from GE Capital will fund its operations - with 17,500 employees - while it reorganizes.”
“This shock momentarily reorganizes the electrical activity in the heart, giving the heart an opportunity to resume beating effectively.”
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