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  • verb Present participle of reconfigure.

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Examples

  • Apart from the inevitable (and sometimes intractable) problems involved in reconfiguring my knowledge of phonology so as to accommodate North American accents, the question that simply will not go away is this: Can pronunciation be taught?

    August « 2010 « An A-Z of ELT

  • A major prize in reconfiguring America's energy mix is displacing coal-fired electricity, currently 31% of capacity.

    Pennsylvania's Vote for Gas Overshadows Renewables

  • Apart from the inevitable (and sometimes intractable) problems involved in reconfiguring my knowledge of phonology so as to accommodate North American accents, the question that simply will not go away is this: Can pronunciation be taught?

    P is for Pronunciation « An A-Z of ELT

  • With three children younger than 6, the Spungins find that the idea of reconfiguring their detached guest room to include a quiet home office is becoming more appealing.

    Boot car from the garage and reclaim valuable living space

  • It was after I had come out and their father and I had separated and while we were working away at what my therapist called "reconfiguring the family on the other side of the marriage."

    Rev. Susan Russell: Holy Family Values

  • It was several years ago-during the Bush Administration-that Ward Brewer was pitching the idea of reconfiguring a small fleet of retired naval vessels into long-term, heavy-lift emergency response vehicles that could provide food, water, shelter, power, medical care and emergency transportation in the event of a major national disaster or terrorist attack.

    Confederate Yankee

  • The shift from one epoch (of sexism, domesticity, formality) to a new one (of equality, self-fulfillment and informality) is not represented as progress in any way whatsoever, but simply what Foucault might call a reconfiguring of the economy of desire.

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  • Pricier changes — such as reconfiguring the bar, business center and game room — will most often be done as hotels undergo periodic renovations.

    Holiday Inn to Turn Bars Into Social Hubs

  • Dr. CARLAT: There are some changes and I think that what we're going to be seeing is a kind of reconfiguring of the professional landscape, which is the kind of thing weve seen in other professions, like in the 1960s, nurse practitioners came on the scene and now they can prescribe medications; podiatrists can do work that only orthopedists used to do, et cetera.

    A Psychiatrist's Prescription For His Profession

  • Few readers here will have been lucky enough not to sit through at least one management address in which they have been told things such as reconfiguring the legacy means not reinventing the wheel but leveraging the knowledge-base to streamline performance objectives for a win-win outcome.

    From Prussia Without Fluff

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