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- v. Present participle of reshuffle.
- n. An act in which something is reshuffled
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. shuffling again
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There is one very important, dynamic element of these caucuses, though, that you overlook: that is, the reshuffling that happens between the first and second ballots.
The reshuffling is the latest in a number of shakeups at AOL.
After the break a reshuffling of the hosts pack saw Ryan Jack switch from right back to left midfield and he looked dangerous getting forward.
Followers of Brown, known as Ministers, are reportedly committing suicide as part of a bizarre ritual known as "reshuffling".
For these two awkward months, the world's largest delivery company must make adjustments, such as reshuffling its schedule so that flights from Hong Kong will arrive a few hours early and depart before each daily runway closure.
Muendane emphasised then that Makwetu's "reshuffling" and the disciplinary charges against him were separate issues.
For him, this is all about "reshuffling" one hire here or there.
Whether that means more firings or a "reshuffling" of the offensive staff remains to be seen.
"Overall, the reintroduction of wolves appears to have initiated a 'reshuffling' of Yellowstone's ecosystem, a reshuffling that is continuing," adds Beschta.
"The solution," they write in "13 Bankers,""must be economically simple, so it can be effectively enforced; the more complex the scheme, the more susceptible it is to regulatory arbitrage, such as reshuffling where assets are parked within a financial institution's holding company structure.
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