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  • noun Plural form of readjustment.

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Examples

  • I consider the novel an important and necessary thing indeed in that complicated system of uneasy adjustments and readjustments which is modern civilisation I make very high and wide claims for it.

    An Englishman Looks at the World

  • We will likely see a lot of political "readjustments" come January, once President-Elect Barack Obama and many new Democratic congressmen assume office, and the Republican administration leaves.

    National Review Online

  • We will likely see a lot of political "readjustments" come January, once President-Elect Barack Obama and many new Democratic congressmen assume office, and the Republican administration leaves.

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  • We will likely see a lot of political "readjustments" come January, once President-elect Barack Obama and many new Democratic congressmen assume office, and the Republican administration leaves.

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  • City officials or an emergency manager can address these kinds of critical structural readjustments.

    Eric Scorsone: Bankruptcy for Detroit?

  • It is of course the case that readjustments and serious reforms in countries such as Greece are necessary.

    At last, Germany is making the right noises about the eurozone | Henning Meyer

  • When they inevitably become emotionally distressed and at times behaviorally disturbing, they do not need chemical readjustments of their brains -- they need better attention from adults in the form of improved home-life or foster care, improved educational opportunities and psychosocial therapies aimed at helping them overcome and move beyond the trauma and stress they have endured and continue to endure as children and youth.

    Dr. Peter Breggin: The Psychiatric Drugging of America's Foster Children

  • Here's what is unacceptable in most work places: going braless, clear Lucite high heels, or wearing anything so short or tight that a meeting in the boss' office results in non-stop wardrobe readjustments.

    Lauren A. Rothman: Is It Hot in Here, or Is It Just You?

  • When they inevitably become emotionally distressed and at times behaviorally disturbing, they do not need chemical readjustments of their brains -- they need better attention from adults in the form of improved home-life or foster care, improved educational opportunities and psychosocial therapies aimed at helping them overcome and move beyond the trauma and stress they have endured and continue to endure as children and youth.

    Dr. Peter Breggin: The Psychiatric Drugging of America's Foster Children

  • City officials or an emergency manager can address these kinds of critical structural readjustments.

    Eric Scorsone: Bankruptcy for Detroit?

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