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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of realign.

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Examples

  • Diamond and Kenny write that the conference "may well be a foretaste of the kind of realigned, plural politics that Labour will need to undertake if it is to challenge the coalition".

    Labour party urged to abandon tribalism

  • Even though there was a breakdown in relations between the two, they were legally obliged to work together and recommended that their attitudes be "realigned".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In fact, they say it was not connected to the current election cycle, but based on their conviction that the strategy in Iraq needs to be "realigned," something they believe will not happen while Rumsfeld is still at the helm -- Lou.

    CNN Transcript Nov 6, 2006

  • Turns out that Brunswick Naval Air Station, while not closed, will be "realigned" into mothball status.

    The price must be paid...

  • There was an item on Dustbury last week about refineries post-Katrina, linking to Hatless in Hattiesburg's suggestion to replace refineries which were destroyed or disabled by Katrina with new refineries on military bases slated for being "realigned," and to Engine of the Future's suggestion to lift for three years the EPA regulations requiring different fuel blends for different regions, so that gasoline can be shipped wherever it's needed, avoiding artificial shortages.

    Oily residue - BatesLine

  • There was an item on Dustbury last week about refineries post-Katrina, linking to Hatless in Hattiesburg's suggestion to replace refineries which were destroyed or disabled by Katrina with new refineries on military bases slated for being "realigned," and to Engine of the Future's suggestion to lift for three years the EPA regulations requiring different fuel blends for different regions, so that gasoline can be shipped wherever it's needed, avoiding artificial shortages.

    BatesLine: September 2005 Archives

  • Diamond and Kenny write that the conference "may well be a foretaste of the kind of realigned, plural politics that Labour will need to undertake if it is to challenge the coalition".

    The Guardian World News

  • Gap Adventures of Toronto recently notified the couple that the adventure package they had purchased had been "realigned" to a younger demographic that would "likely be in the 18 to 39 age range."

    The Seattle Times

  • The particular constellation of religion and politics in contemporary America is the product of a particular set of historical contingencies—the shock and aftershocks that realigned the world of morality and religion and the strategic decisions of party leaders about how to respond to that new cleavage.

    American Grace

  • When the national political parties were demographically realigned in the 1930s, both Italian Americans and African Americans moved overwhelmingly to the Democratic Party and remained solid voting blocs for the Democrats for the next thirty years.

    A Renegade History of the United States

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