re-engineering love

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of re-engineer.
  • noun Alternative spelling of reengineering.

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Examples

  • In New York, a coalition of environmental groups, business owners and others are pressing Cuomo's administration to remove heavy equipment from streams and rivers and stop what they call re-engineering of the waterways, particularly in the Adirondack Mountains where several mountain brooks turned into torrents after Irene hit.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • In New York, a coalition of environmental groups, business owners and others are pressing Cuomo's administration to remove heavy equipment from streams and rivers and stop what they call re-engineering of the waterways, particularly in the Adirondack Mountains where several mountain brooks turned into torrents after Irene hit.

    The Seattle Times

  • The earlier book made the business best-seller list by pillorying practices propagated in the name of re-engineering.

    Reworking The Workplace

  • Meanwhile geoengineering -- the idea of re-engineering the entire planet with clouds of sulphur dust or dumps of iron and charcoal -- could easily end up in the broad definition of "green technologies."

    The Guardian World News

  • We have made the tough structural changes, during the '80s and' 90s, things like tax reform, deregulation, downsizing, re-engineering, etc. that have made our economy so competitive.

    Liquidity Trap or Statism Trap?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • We are faced with the twin challenges of mitigation (avoiding the worst climate change effects by rapidly transitioning the world to a low-carbon economy) and adaptation (re-engineering the infrastructure of modern society so that we can survive and flourish on a hotter planet).

    2009 June | Serendipity

  • So far, it has ruled out raising food prices at its restaurants, instead re-engineering its menus to offer alternatives to popular and pricey cuts of beef such as filet mignon and New York strip.

    As Food Prices Soar, Eateries Scramble

  • We are faced with the twin challenges of mitigation (avoiding the worst climate change effects by rapidly transitioning the world to a low-carbon economy) and adaptation (re-engineering the infrastructure of modern society so that we can survive and flourish on a hotter planet)

    2009 October 6 | Serendipity

  • "We are currently working on cutting costs through re-engineering and looking at cheaper, trimmed down versions," the executive said.

    Tata Motors Developing Cheaper Trucks

  • The cost-cutting plan, announced in February, is run by the company's chief operating officer and a group dubbed the "office of re-engineering."

    Banks' Cost-Cut Efforts Aim to Juice Profits

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